Class and Party in American Politics

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Index
Abortion issue, 139
Academic research
academic neglect of class analyses, 146-147
analyses concluding declining class divisions, 150-153
Affluent voters
net likes and dislikes of white, 102-103, 102(f.) net reaction to Democratic Party by non-Southern whites, 99-100, 100(t.)
net reaction to Democratic Party by Southern, 97(t.), 98-99
party-line and split-ticket voting by, 114-116, 116(t.)
presidential voting patterns of white, 111-113, 112(f.)
voter turnout rates by, 128-129, 129(f.)
voting patterns of whites for U.S. House, 113(f.)
Age, 126(t.), 127
Americans for Democratic Action, 81
Anderson, John, 118(n2)
Atwater, Lee, 60-61
"Big government, " See Government
Birth rate, 41(n3)
Black, Earl, 108
Black, Merle, 108
Blacks
birth trends and, 41(n3) demographics movements of, 22-23
participation in 1950s elections, 45-46
population distribution of, 40(t.) support for Democratic Party, 3-4, 13-14
Blacks, See also Demographics
Broder, David, 73
Buckley, William F., 50
Bush, George, 60
Campaign financing, 155-157
Carmines, Edward G., 85(n7), 130
Carter, Jimmy, 68, 73, 74(t.), 125
Cassel, Carol A., 108
Civil liberties
class and racial intolerance, 153-155
Democratic Party support for, 3, 86n
political coalitions supporting legislation for, 124
public opinion on progress toward, 133(t.), 134(t.), 136(t.), 138(t.)
Wallace's appeal to racial intolerance, 26, 70, 107
Civil Rights Act of 1957, The, 124
Civil Rights Act of 1964, The, 124
Class
age and increase in division by, 127
analyses concluding declining class divisions, 150-153
analyzing indicators reflecting income and self-identified class, 142-144, 142(t.), 143(t.)
changes in working-class electoral base, 3-6
Democratic alienation of working, 8, 72-73, 75(t.), 149-150
economic conditions contributing to, 13-14
evaluating midddle-class electoral response, 94-97
false presumptions about, 144-146

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Table of contents

  • Transforming American Politics ii
  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Preface xiii
  • 1 - Inequality and Political Debate: the Failed Role of Democrats 1
  • 2 - The Puzzling Survival of Democrats 9
  • Notes 16
  • 3 - Social Change and Anticipating Party Fortunes 17
  • Notes 41
  • 4 - Evolving Party Constituencies and Concerns 43
  • Notes 84
  • 5 - Electoral Response and Realignment 87
  • Notes 118
  • 6 - Reconsidering Party and Issues in American Politics 123
  • Notes 140
  • Appendix - The Analysis of Class Divisions in American Politics 141
  • Notes 157
  • References 159
  • Index 183
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