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More unequal

More unequal

aspects of class in the United States

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Published by Monthly Review Press in New York, NY .
Written in English


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Statementedited by Michael D. Yates.
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LC ClassificationsHN
The Physical Object
Pagination205 p. :
Number of Pages205
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22766891M
ISBN 109781583671597

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.   The same tendencies occur at the state level. Patrick Flavin, a political scientist at Baylor University, examined political responsiveness in the U.S. at the state level. He found that inequality in a state strongly correlates with political representation: More unequal states tend to be less representative.

‘The book is divided into eight sections of unequal size.’ ‘The unequal sample sizes in the four respondent groups were noted.’ ‘The volume provides a wealth of information but with interpretation of unequal value and without a clear conceptual framework.’. Get this from a library! More unequal: aspects of class in the United States. [Michael Yates;] -- The aftermath of Hurricane Katrina exposed to the world what many U.S. politicians and pundits have long been able to ignore. The media images that commanded our attention spoke loudly of the class.

  Are Computers Making Society More Unequal? By Joshua Rothma n. November 6, But I think that in the much longer run—which is not what the book is Author: Joshua Rothman. More Unequal: Aspects of Class in the United States is a strategically assembled collection which binds diverse, informed, often compellingly personal explorations of social and economic inequity together into a revealing journey through the scarred terrain of today’s working-class reality. This book should be off the shelf and in the hands.


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