Does Color Matter: Review Article of Skin Color, Power, and Politics in America
NATALIE MASUOKA reviews Skin Color, Power, and Politics in America by Mara C. Ostfeld and Nicole D. Yandon. She argues that the book offers useful insight into the degree of variation in experiences of racialization that occur within each racial/ethnic group and that this can be helpful in understanding variation in political attitudes within groups.
Dangerously Divided: How Race and Class Shape Winning and Losing in American Politics, Zoltan L. Hajnal Reviewed by Natalie Masuoka
Desis Divided: The Political Lives of South Asian Americans, Sangay K. Mishra Reviewed by Natalie Masuoka
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