Clarence Thomas, Black Pluralism, and Civil Rights Policy
Lee Sigelman and James S. Todd examine the congruence between the policy views of newly appointed Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and those of black Americans nationwide. Drawing where possible on public opinion surveys, they provide a new perspective on claims that there is widespread support among blacks for neoconservative positions.
Nothing to Read: Newspapers and Elections in a Social Experiment, Jeffrey J. Mondak Reviewed by Lee Sigelman
Political Tolerance and American Democracy, John L. Sullivan, James Piereson and George E. Marcus Reviewed by Lee Sigelman
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