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Supersizing Urban America
How Inner Cities Got Fast Food with Government Help
Chin Jou

“Should be required reading for anyone seeking to understand the links between government policy, fast food franchising and the economic and biological health of urban communities.”—Times Higher Education

Cloth $25.00

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We
Reviving Social Hope
Ronald Aronson

We is a tonic. At a time in our history when many are despairing about the turn in our nation’s political life, Aronson has produced a sober yet exhilarating cri de coeur about why we need not be.”—Steve Fraser, author of The Age of Acquiescence
 

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Neither Liberal nor Conservative
Ideological Innocence in the American Public
Donald R. Kinder and Nathan P. Kalmoe

“Sophisticated, well written, and packed full of fascinating findings about the nature of ideological identification among Americans.”—Gabriel S. Lenz, University of California, Berkeley

Paper $26.00

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Combative Politics
The Media and Public Perceptions of Lawmaking
Mary Layton Atkinson

“Atkinson makes clear in this impressive and important new book that the mass media’s appetite for conflict leads them to emphasize rancor rather than substance in their coverage of policy debates. She offers solid empirical evidence for exactly how media coverage influences policy opinion above and beyond the effects of citizens’ policy preferences.”—Thomas Nelson, Ohio State University

Paper $27.50


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More Than a Feeling
Personality, Polarization, and the Transformation of the US Congress
Adam J. Ramey, Jonathan D. Klingler, and Gary E. Hollibaugh Jr.

“This book will be of interest to anyone who wants to understand how we got to the modern ills of Congressional polarization, deadlock, and dysfunction, why we seem stuck there, and how we might escape.”—Arthur Spirling, New York University

Paper $25.00