The Angry American: How Voter Rage Is Changing the Nation

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BOOKS IN THIS SERIES
The Angry American: How Voter Rage Is Changing the Nation, Second Edition, Susan J. Tolchin
Checks and Balances? How a Parliamentary System Could Change American Politics, Paul Christopher Manuel and Anne Marie Cammisa
"Can We All Get Alone?" Racial and Ethnic Minorities in American Politics, Second Edition, Paula D. McClain and Joseph Stewart Jr.
Remote and Controlled. Media Politics in a Cynical Age, Second Edition, Matthew Robert Kerbel
Two Parties--Or More? The American Party System, John F. Bibby and L. Sandy Maisel
Making Americans, Remaking America: Immigration and Immigrant Policy, Louis DeSipio and Rodolfo O. de la Garza
From Rhetoric to Reform? Welfare Policy in American Politics, Anne Marie Cammisa
The New Citizenship: Unconventional Politics, Activism, and Service, Craig A. Rimmerman
No Neutral Ground? Abortion Politics in an Age of Absolutes, Karen O'Connor
Onward Christian Soldiers? The Religious Right in American Politics, Clyde Wilcox
Payment Due. A Nation in Debt, a Generation in Trouble, Timothy J. Penny and Steven E. Schier
Bucking the Deficit. Economic Policymaking in the United States, G. Calvin Mackenzie and Saranna Thornton

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Table of contents

  • Dilemmas in American Politics ii
  • BOOKS IN THIS SERIES iii
  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • Tables and Illustrations xi
  • Preface and Acknowledgments xiii
  • 1 - The Dilemma of Voter Rage for Democratic Government 1
  • 2 - The Roots of Antigovernment Anger 23
  • 3 - Economic Uncertainty and Political Anger 51
  • 4 - Zones of Intolerance on the Battlefield of Values 79
  • 5 - Governing Angry Americans 109
  • 6 - Competing Angers and Political Change 143
  • Discussion Questions 163
  • Glossary 165
  • Notes 167
  • References 185
  • Index 191
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