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  1. Reaching beyond race

    Sniderman, Paul M.
    Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1997.

    If white Americans could reveal what they really thought about race, without the risk of appearing racist, what would they say? This book aims to illustrate aspects of white American thinking about the politics of race previously hidden from site. Follow-up analysis points the way towards public policies that could gain wide support and reduce the gap between black and white Americans. The authors show that prejudice, although by no means gone, has lost its power to dominate the political thinking of white Americans. Concentrating on the new race-conscious agenda, they introduce a method of hidden measurement which reveals that liberals are just as angry over affirmative action as conservatives and that racial prejudice, while more common among conservatives, is more powerful in shaping political thinking of liberals. They also find that the good will many whites express to blacks is not fiegned but represents a genuine regard for blacks, which they will stand by even when given a perfectly acceptable excuse to respond negatively to blacks.

  2. Race and inequality : a study in American values

    Sniderman, Paul M.
    Chatham, N.J. : Chatham House, c1985.

  3. The reputational premium : a theory of party identification and policy reasoning

    Sniderman, Paul M.
    Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 2012.

    The Reputational Premium presents a new theory of party identification, the central concept in the study of voting. Challenging the traditional idea that voters identify with a political party out of blind emotional attachment, this pioneering book explains why party identification in contemporary American politics enables voters to make coherent policy choices. Standard approaches to the study of policy-based voting hold that voters choose based on the policy positions of the two candidates competing for their support. This study demonstrates that candidates can get a premium in support from the policy reputations of their parties.

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