Unequal Democracy: The Political Economy of the New Gilded Age

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Index
Aaronson, Daniel, 16n
abortion (opinion), 79–83; and senators' votes, 265–267; and voting behavior, 84–94
Abramson, Paul, 70–71n
Achen, Christopher, 100n, 157n, 258n, 260n
Adams, Greg, 93n
AFL-CIO, 235; support for minimum wage increase, 248
aid to blacks (opinion), 82–83; and egalitarianism, 134–135; and voting behavior, 84–94
Ait-Sahalia, Yacine, 14n
Aldrich, John, 70–71n
Alesina, Alberto, 14n, 31n, 52, 298
Alexander, Herbert, 117n
Almanac of American Politics, 262n
Alter, Jonathan, 187, 300–301
Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT), 195
Althaus, Scott, 181n
American Economic Association, 227
American Family Business Institute, 206
American State Politics (Key), 291
Anderson, Nick (cartoon), 162
Andrews, Edmund L., 168n, 194n, 195n, 196n, 206n, 220n, 249n, 251n
Ansolabehere, Stephen, 281n
Aristotle, 283–284
Armey, Dick, 235
Arrow, Kenneth, 175n
Atkinson, A. B., 26–27, 31n
Atlas, John, 250n
Bafumi, Joseph, 100n, 261n
Bai, Matt, 95n
Bakija, Jon, 246n
Ballot Strategy Initiative Center, 249
Banaji, Mahzarin, 149n
Barshay, Jill, 167n, 168n, 169n
Bartels, Larry, 99n, 100n, 111n, 127n, 157n, 175n, 179n, 181n, 183n, 208n, 253n, 254n, 262n, 275n
Bartlett, Bruce, 194
Baucus, Max, 165, 166, 194–195, 220, 237
Beck, Nathaniel, 31n
Beller, Emily, 16n
Bénabou, Roland, 14n, 27n
Berinsky Adam, 216n
Bernasek, Anna, 14n
Bernstein, Jared, 8n
Besley Timothy, 291n, 292n
Bibby John, 70n
Bivin, W. Carl, 46n
Blanchard, Oliver, 33n
Boehner, John, 251
Boix, Carles, 293
Borgman, Jim (cartoon), 223
Boushey Heather, 8n
Boxer, Barbara, 257n
Bradbury, Katherine, 16n
Brady, Henry, 116n, 252n, 253, 276n, 281n
Brandeis, Louis, 284
Breaux, John, 166
Brenner, Lynn, Kevin, 221
Broder, David, 169, 193–194
Broder, John, 238n, 249n, 251n
Brooks, David, 16, 67–68, 71, 74
Brown, Dorothy, 247n
Brown, Kevin, 221
Brown, Robert, 292
budget reconciliation process, 164–165, 196
budget surplus and tax cuts, 171, 173
Burns, Arthur, 105
Burns, Conrad, 250
Burns, Nancy, 298n
Bush, George H. W.: minimum wage veto, 234–235; and Senate

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