1. Tom W. Smith, Peter Marsden, Michael Hout, and Jibum Kim, General Social Surveys, 1972–2010 [machine-readable data file]/Principal Investigator, Tom W. Smith; Co-Principal Investigator, Peter V. Marsden; Co-Principal Investigator, Michael Hout; sponsored by the National Science Foundation.
2. See, e.g., Leslie McCall and Lane Kenworthy, “Americans’ Social Policy Preferences in the Era of Rising Inequality,” Perspectives on Politics 7 (2009).
3. David B. Grusky and Emily Ryo, “Did Katrina Recalibrate Attitudes Toward Poverty and Inequality? A Test of the ‘Dirty Little Secret’ Hypothesis,” Du Bois Review 3, no. 1 (2006).
4. David B. Grusky, Bruce Western, and Christopher Wimer, The Great Recession (New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2011).
5. Lane Kenworthy and Lindsay Owens, “The Surprisingly Weak Effect of Recessions on Public Opinion,” in The Great Recession, ed. David B. Grusky, Bruce Western, and Christopher Wimer.
6. Robert Reich, Christopher Wimer, Shazad Mohamed, and Sharada Jambulapati, “Has the Great Recession Made Americans Stingier?” in The Great Recession, ed. David B. Grusky, Bruce Western, and Christopher Wimer.
7. Emmanuel Saez, “Striking It Richer,” Pathways, Winter 2008.
8. For a discussion of the “Obama effect” on inequality, see David Grusky and Christopher Wimer, eds., “The Obama Effect,” Pathways, Spring 2010.
9. Arthur M. Okun, Equality and Efficiency: The Big Tradeoff (Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 1975).
10. Pamela Stone, “Getting to Equal: Progress, Pitfalls, and Policy Solutions on the Road to Gender Parity in the Workplace,” Pathways, Spring 2009.
11. Barbara Reskin, “Rethinking Employment Discrimination and Its Remedies,” in Social Stratification: Class, Race, and Gender in Sociological Perspective, ed. David B. Grusky (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2008).