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Elizabeth Sanders, Fellowship Mentor

Professor of Government, Cornell University

Sanders

Advisee(s): McGee Young   

M. Elizabeth Sanders is Professor of Government at Cornell University. Her fields of interest are American political development, social movements, economic regulation, the presidency, bureaucracy, foreign policy, monetary politics, and parties and elections. She is the author of the 2000 Greenstone Prize winning book, Roots of Reform; "Work that Counts" in Perestroika; "In Defense of Periodization in American Political Development" in Polity (Summer 2005); and "Congress and Economic Regulation in the Progressive Era" in On Capitol Hill: The Struggle to Reform Congress and Its Consequences, 1948–2000.

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