The Meaning of Equality in America
Sidney Verba and Gary R. Orren analyze American beliefs and values on the issue of equality, basing their conclusions mostly on a large-scale survey of American leaders. They demonstrate that American thinking about equality is multidimensional, explaining why conflicts over equality defy easy resolution.
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A Cross-Polity Survey, Arthur S. Banks and Robert B. Textor Reviewed by Sidney Verba
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