- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction: Democracy and Political Voice
- 2 The (Ambivalent) Tradition of Equality in America
- 3 The Context: Growing Economic Inequality and Weakening Unions
- 4 Equal Voice and the Dilemmas of Democracy
- 5 Does Unequal Political Voice Matter?
- 6 The Persistence of Unequal Voice
- 7 Unequal at the Starting Line: The Intergenerational Persistence of Political Inequality
- 8 Political Participation over the Life Cycle
- 9 Political Activism and Electoral Democracy: Perspectives on Economic Inequality and Political Polarization
- 10 Political Voice through Organized Interests: Introductory Matters
- 11 Who Sings in the Heavenly Chorus? The Shape of the Organized Interest System
- 12 The Changing Pressure Community
- 13 Beyond Organizational Categories
- 14 Political Voice through Organized Interest Activity
- 15 Breaking the Pattern through Political Recruitment
- 16 Weapon of the Strong? Participatory Inequality and the Internet
- 17 What, if Anything, Is to Be Done?
- 18 Conclusion: Equal Voice and the Promise of American Democracy
- Appendix A Equality and the State and U.S. Constitutions
- Appendix B The Persistence of Political and Nonpolitical Activity
- Appendix C The Intergenerational Transmission of Political Participation
- Appendix D Age, Period, and Cohort Effects
- Appendix E The Washington Representatives Database
- Appendix F Additional Tables
- Appendix G Do Online and Offline Political Activists Differ from One Another?
- The Unheavenly Chorus
Kay Lehman Schlozman
Henry E. Brady
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