The New Liberalism: The Rising Power of Citizen Groups

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Acknowledgments

AS READERS WILL quickly discover, this book is built on a large data base--one that I could not have compiled entirely on my own. It was my good fortune to have Seth Aframe, Russell Reiter, Jennifer Rich, Deborah Schildkraut, and Tracy Turner assist me with the research. Their dogged, painstaking work made this book possible, and I will forever be in their debt.

At a preliminary stage of the project, Maria Figueroa was instrumental in collecting material that allowed me to refine the research design. Toward the end, Lori Brainard helped me to track down some final pieces of the puzzle.

My colleague, Kent Portney, let me badger him with a thousand questions about the research design for this project. At later stages, completed drafts were read by Frank Baumgartner, Bill Browne, Jim Glaser, Kent Portney, Kay Lehman Schlozman, Rick Valelly, David Vogel, and Kent Weaver. Their detailed comments were invaluable to me as I prepared the final version of the manuscript. Thanks to all these fine scholars for their efforts and their insights.

Frank Baumgartner was kind enough to use a draft of this book in two of his classes at Texas A&M University and then to invite me to campus to discuss it with his students. I hope the A&M students in PS 314-H and PS 672 enjoyed reading this work. I suspect they didn't enjoy writing the paper that was assigned, but I certainly enjoyed reading their critiques.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • ABOUT BROOKINGS iv
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Contents ix
  • Chapter One Not Dead 1
  • Chapter Two The Rise Of Citizen Groups 16
  • Chapter Three The Rise Of Postmaterialism 34
  • Chapter Four The Power Of Citizen Groups 61
  • Chapter Five Liberals Ascendant 87
  • Chapter Six Rich in Resources 119
  • Chapter Seven Liberalism Transformed 153
  • Appendix A- Methodology 171
  • Appendix B- List of Cases 184
  • Notes 190
  • Index 209
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