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The deceived majority; politics and protest in middle America [by] Gordon Fellman, in association with Barbara Brandt.

; Brandt, Barbara, author
New Brunswick, N.J., Transaction Books; distributed by Dutton [New York], [1973] .
ISBN 9780878550432, 0878550437

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Other Authors Brandt, Barbara,
Subjects Political participation -- United States.
Political participation.
Social classes -- United States.
Social classes.
United States.
Description ix, 265 pages map (on lining papers) 21 cm
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents pt. 1. Issues. Social class discrimination in American society -- Middle American life styles : the meaning of neighborhood -- The inner belt controversy -- pt. 2. Response. Middle American political behavior : alienation and the meaning of protest -- Political misperceptions and realities --The problem of authority -- pt. 3. Implications. The deception of Middle America : political reality vs. the public ideology -- The deception of the organization class -- Toward new forms of participation.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00755256
(OCoLC)755256
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