Colin Moore

Professor of political science at the University of Hawaii

Guest

Moore’s research examines how the development of public bureaucracies has shaped politics and public policy in the United States. He is currently completing a book manuscript on the acquisition and governance of American overseas colonies after the Spanish-American War. Other recent work explores the development and evolution of the Veterans’ Health Administration as a single-payer government-run health care system.

Colin Moore on KCRW

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