1. How the Nation’s Largest Minority Became White: Race Politics and the Disability Rights Movement, 1970–1980
  2. Jennifer L. Erkulwater
  3. pp. 367-399
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  1. Resisting a Right to Relief: States, Responsible Relative Laws, and Old Age Assistance
  2. Susan Stein-Roggenbuck
  3. pp. 400-428
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  1. Perceptions and Policy Failure: Explaining President James Buchanan’s Policy Priorities Through Latent Opinion
  2. Adam Chamberlain
  3. pp. 429-451
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  1. Reexamining Women’s Nineteenth-Century Political Agency: School Suffrage and Office-Holding
  2. Kathryn A. Nicholas
  3. pp. 452-489
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  1. The Fiscal Revolution in America: A Reinterpretation
  2. James Hillyer
  3. pp. 490-521
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  1. Kennedy’s Keynesian Budgetary Politics and the 1962 Public Works Acceleration Act
  2. Nicholas F. Jacobs, James D. Savage
  3. pp. 522-551
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  1. Politics as Victimhood, Victimhood as Politics
  2. Robert B. Horwitz
  3. pp. 552-574
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  1. Contributors
  2. p. 575
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