The Decline of the White Working Class and the Rise of a Mass Upper-Middle Class
Alan Abramowitz and Ruy Teixeira document the dramatic decline in the white working class and discuss the complicated ways this decline has transformed American politics. They also discuss the emergence of a mass upper-middle class whose effects on American politics may be similarly complicated.
The Politics of Income Inequality in the United States, Nathan Kelly Reviewed by Ruy Teixeira
Challengers, Competition, and Reelection: Comparing Senate and House Elections, Jonathan S. Krasno Reviewed by Alan Abramowitz
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Strengths and Weaknesses in U.S. Elections
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