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. Hodgson INDEX Aetna Insurance Company, 71 “affirmative access,” 118 affirmative action, 95–100, 147 “agenda control,” 44 Allport, Gordon, 15, 20 American Civil Liberties Union, 120 American Dental Association, 70 American Medical Association, 70 American National Election Study, 6, 23, 34, 123, 140 Amy, Douglas, 142 apologies, increase in number, 69–71 Archdiocese of New Orleans, 70 Associated Press, 56 Axelrod, David, 3 Bacon, Francis, 138–139 “bandwagon effect,” 144–146 Bank of America, 71 Beasley, David, 53–54 Bismarck, Otto von, 137 Black Belt, 16–17 Black Cops Against Police Brutality, 120 Black Ministers Council of New Jersey, 120 black opinion leader experiment, 123–127 blanket primaries, 143 Bobo, Lawrence, 9 Bok, Derek, 97 Bowen, William, 97 Braun, Carol Moseley, 7 Brooke, Edward, 7 Brophy, Alfred, 81 Bullock, John, 146 Burris, Roland, 7 Bush, George W., 118, 153n3 Bush v. Vera, 17 Byrne, Jane, 1 California experiments, 25, 119, 130–136 California Field Poll, 119, 131, 156n1 Canada, Ben, 33, 44 Cataldo, Everett F., 32 “checklist” ballot, 32–34, 36–42, 152n5; specificity vs. control, 43–49 Civil Liberties Act of 1988, 69, 71–72 Civil Rights Act of 1964, 23 Civil War, 5 Clinton, Bill, 1, 121, 155n5 Clinton, Hillary, 1, 3, 6 closed primaries, 143 Cochran, Johnnie, 81 Coleman, Mary Sue, 101 Colorado affirmative action referendum, 97 Columbia University, 140 compensation for damages hypothesis, 89 Confederate flag, 19, 25, 50–68; flag fatigue, 56–57; sales, 57–58 Confederate Heroes Day, 68 Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), 95 congressional apologies for slavery and discrimination, 71 congressional pay raises, 30, 72–73 conservatives, 82, 85–86, 90–92, 96, 117–119, 136–137, 148, 155n11 contact hypothesis, 20, 156n2 Conyers, John, 121 cumulative voting, 142–143 Dahl, Robert, 10 Daily Breeze, 2 Daimler Chrysler Company, 101 Dale-Riddle, Allison, 6 Davis, Gray, 128, 130 Dawson, Michael, 83 Declaration of Independence, 5 Democratic National Committee, 1 178 Index differences in attitudes, 135; by education, 135; by gender, 61–62; by ideology, 136–137; by race, 39–40, 121 Dirksen, Everett, 51 disclosure laws, 71 discrimination, 10 Dow Chemical Co., 101 Druckman, James, 116 Du Bois, W. E. B., 74 Duncan, Greg, 150 Durr, Robert, 51 Edsall, Mary, 98 Edsall, Thomas, 98 egalitarianism, 5, 10 Ellsworth, Scott, 78 Emory University, 70 Episcopalian Church, 70 Espenshade, Thomas, 103 Executive Order 10925, 96 expanding vs. fixed pie hypotheses, 133–136, 156n4 Ferraro, Geraldine, 2 financial aid for college, 105–106 fixed vs. carved-up pie, 100 Fletcher, Arthur, 96 “4 Percent Solution,” 127–130 framing, 13, 24, 43 Franklin, John Hope, 78, 155n5 Gallup Poll, 2, 34, 85, 146 gay marriage, 146 General Motors, 101 General Social Survey, 157n7 Gerber, Elisabeth, 142 Gilens, Martin, 115 Gingrich, Newt, 118 Good Morning America, 2 Gratz, Jennifer, 102 Gratz v. Bollinger, 100–103, 107, 119 Great Migration, 74 Green, Donald P., 44, 149–150 group conflict theory, 11–12, 14–20, 22, 24–25, 27, 31–32, 40–41, 52, 57, 59–64, 67, 72, 75, 83–84, 90, 93, 98, 119, 122, 134, 136, 138, 146, 149, 151n7, 152n8; experiments testing, 17–19 group position theory, 60 Grutter v. Bollinger, 100–103, 107, 119 Haidt, Jonathan, 157n4 Hajnal, Zoltan, 9 Harrison, David A., 98 hate crimes, 58–59 heresthetics, 27, 30–32, 42–45, 49, 144 Heritage Act (Confederate flag compromise ), 50, 53, 55–56 Hertwig, Ralph, 139 Hibbing, John, 51 Hirsch, James, 77 Hodges, Jim, 50, 54–56, 64–65, 154n10 Holm, John D., 32 House of Representatives, 7; Rules Committee of, 30 individualism, 118, 130 integration/segregation, 9–10, 16, 33, 40 iterative experimentation, 28–29, 138–141 Jackson (Mississippi) Clarion Ledger, 33 Jackson (Mississippi) school bond election, 25, 32–34, 36–38, 49 Jackson Sr., Jesse, 1 Jacoby, William, 43 Japanese American Citizens League, 72 Jefferson, Thomas, 5 Johnston, Richard, 48 J. P. Morgan Chase, 71 “just deserts,” 81–82, 88, 94, 118, 130, 148 Kahneman, Daniel, l13, 115, 139 Kane, Thomas J., 99, 155n4 Katznelson, Ira, 10 Keating, Frank, 80 Kennedy, John F., 95 Kenney, Patrick, 145 Kenyon College, 105 Key, V. O., 16 Khan Academy, 152n6 Kinder, Donald, 6, 22, 118 King, Jr., Martin Luther, 19, 54, 68, 95, 119 “king of the hill” rule, 30 Krosnick, Jon, 31 Kuklinski, James, 98 Ku Klux Klan, 50, 75 Lacy, Dean, 44 Lasswell, Harold, 11, 116 Lazare, Aaron, 69, 72 Index 179 legislative compromise, reaction to, 50–52, 56–59 Lott, Trent, 6 Lupia, Arthur, 48, 146 lynchings, trend after World...


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  • African-Americans -- Political activity -- 21st century.
  • African-Americans -- Politics and government -- 21st century.
  • Race -- Political aspects -- United States -- 21st century.
  • Group identity -- Political aspects -- United States -- 21st century.
  • Political participation -- United States -- Psychological aspects..
  • United States -- Race relations -- Political aspects.
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