The Anger Gap: How Race Shapes Emotion in Politics

@inproceedings{Phoenix2019TheAG,
  title={The Anger Gap: How Race Shapes Emotion in Politics},
  author={Davin L. Phoenix},
  year={2019}
}
Anger is a powerful mobilizing force in American politics on both sides of the political aisle, but does it motivate all groups equally? This book offers a new conceptualization of anger as a political resource that mobilizes black and white Americans differentially to exacerbate political inequality. Drawing on survey data from the last forty years, experiments, and rhetoric analysis, Phoenix finds that - from Reagan to Trump - black Americans register significantly less anger than their white… Expand
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