Sarah Quinn discusses her award winning research on 'the hidden state' with UW News. 

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Given today’s political climate, one might assume that terms like “administrative state” and “deep state” are merely examples of polarized rhetoric. But the wariness underlying those terms goes back much further, said Sarah Quinn, an assistant professor of sociology at the University of Washington.  Read Sarah Quinn' discuss her recent paper, "Beyond the Hidden American State: Rethinking Government Visibility," which was selected as the winner of the 'Distinguished Contribution to Scholarship in article or chapter form' from the Political Sociology Section of the American Sociological Association.