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Tag Archives: class differences
Working-Class Politics and The Foremen Problem
In a recent unpublished paper, Larry Bartels (author of Unequal Democracy) and Kathrine Cramer (author of The Politics of Resentment), reported a finding sure to surprise many who have been blaming “the white working class” for the election of Trump: … Continue reading
Posted in Allison L. Hurst, Contributors, Issues, Working-Class Politics Tagged 2016 election, class differences, working-class voters 5 Comments
Highway or River?
Is life more like driving on a highway or rafting down a river? Do we choose a destination and then try to find a way to get there? Or do we simply react to the varieties of experience presented to … Continue reading