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The Cities on the Hill: How Urban Insitutions Transform National Politics

ISBN : 9780190668877

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¥19,734
Author: 
Thomas K. Ogorzalek
Pages
352 Pages
Format
Hardcover
Size
156 x 235 mm
Pub date
May 2018
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In The Cities on the Hill, Thomas Ogorzalek argues that the answer lies not in the sectional divide, but in the urban-rural divide. To that end, he focuses on how the latter divide shaped the trajectory and geography of partisan politics in America, and locates its roots in the New Deal.

Index: 

1 Introduction
2 Urbanicity and City Delegations
3 A Proper National Policy
4 Ties That Bind
5 Anti-racism without Anti-racists
6 The Cities on the Hill
7 Notes for a Metropolitan Political Order
Bibliography
A A1: House CSR
B A2: Demography
C A3: Urbanicity Regressions

About the author: 

Thomas K. Ogorzalek is Assistant Professor of Political Science and Urban Studies at Northwestern University, where he is also a Civic Engagement Fellow and Co-Director of the Chicago Democracy Project. A lover of cities, for the ways they change and the ways they don't, he lives in Chicago.

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