Silent Voices: Social Welfare Policy Opinions and Political Equality in America

@article{Berinsky2002SilentVS,
  title={Silent Voices: Social Welfare Policy Opinions and Political Equality in America},
  author={Adam J. Berinsky},
  journal={American Journal of Political Science},
  year={2002},
  volume={46},
  pages={276}
}
  • Adam J. Berinsky
  • Published 2002
  • Political Science
  • American Journal of Political Science
  • For many helpful discussions regarding this project and comments on earlier drafts of this paper, I would like to thank Michael Alvarez, Larry Bartels, Jake Bowers, Nancy Burns, Jamie Druckman, Stanley Feldman, Fred Greenstein, John Jackson, Donald Kinder, Ken Kollman, Tali Mendelberg, Jonathan Nagler, Mike Traugott, Joshua Tucker, Cara Wong, and seminar participants at New York University, Princeton University, and Yale University. I would also like to thank Paul Gerber for research assistance… CONTINUE READING

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