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Title
American politics and the African American quest for universal freedom American politics and the African American quest for universal freedom
Type
Text
Language
English
Illustrative Content
illustrations
Geographic Coverage
United States
Classification
LCC: E185.615 .W317 2000 (Source: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2001269070
Table Of Contents
Part 1. Foundations. Ch. 1. Universal freedom declared, universal freedom denied
Ch. 2. Federalism and the limits of universal freedom
Part 2. Political behaviorism. Ch. 3. Political culture
Ch. 4. Political socialization
Ch. 5. Public opinion
Ch. 6. African Americans and the media
Part 3. Coalitions, movements, interest groups, parties, and elections. Ch. 7. Social movements and a theory of African American coalition politics
Ch. 8. Interest groups
Ch. 9. Political parties
Ch. 10. Voting behavior and elections
Part 4. Institutions. Ch. 11. The Congress and the African American quest for universal freedom
Ch. 12. The presidency and the African American quest for universal freedom
Ch. 13. The Supreme Court and the African American quest for universal freedom
Ch. 14. The bureaucracy and the African American quest for universal freedom
Part 5. Public policy. Ch. 15. Domestic policy and the African American quest for social and economic justice
Ch. 16. The African American quest for universal freedom and U.S. foreign policy.
Authorized Access Point
Walton, Hanes, Jr., 1941-2013. American politics and the African American quest for universal freedom
Authorized Access Point Variant
Smith, Robert C. (Robert Charles), 1947- American politics and the African American quest for universal freedom