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The Effect of Class Consciousness on Political Preferences

D. W. Livingstone Jacobin
Political preferences are often discussed through a one-size-fits-all middle-class lens. But empirical data shows that class significantly influences voting patterns, with growing class consciousness driving dissatisfaction with established parties.

On Juneteenth: Reckoning With the History of Slavery Across America

Interview of Clint Smith by Amy Goodman Democracy Now
"If we don't fully understand and account for slavery's history in this country, we won't understand how it shaped the political, economic and social infrastructure of this country and the landscape of inequality today."


Inequality Without Class

Simon Torracinta Dissent
This book surveys how leading economists, over the last two and a half centuries, have accounted for wealth and income inequality.
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