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Martin Gilens’ Affluence & Influence (2012): A Review

by Dr. Roger I. Roots There is a book (and several studies) by Princeton Sociologist Martin Gilens making the rounds among “campaign finance reformers” of late. Gilens purports to have analyzed extensive data regarding the political preferences of the affluent, the middle class, and the poor, and to have distinguished between the three. The book …

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