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Chapter List

List of Figure and Tables
Introduction

Chapter 1: What have we learned in a Decade on Class and Party Politics?
Chapter 2: Are Social Classes Dying?
Chapter 3: The Persistence of Classes in Post-Industrial Societies
Chapter 4: The Declining Political Significance of Social Class
Chapter 5: Class and Politics in Advanced Industrial Societies
Chapter 6: The Democratic Class Struggle in Postwar Societies: Traditional Class Voting in Twenty Countries
Chapter 7: Class Paradigm and Politics
Chapter 8: Class, Culture, and Conservatism: Reassessing Education as a Variable in Political Sociology
Chapter 9: Social Class and Voting: The Case Against Decline
Chapter 10: Upper-Middle-Class Politics and Policy Outcomes: Does Class Identity Matter?
Chapter 11: The Decline of Class Ideologies: The End of Political Exceptionalism?
Chapter 12: The Debate Over "Are Social Classes Dying?"

Contributors
Index

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