Table of contents for Public affairs : politics in the age of sex scandals / edited by Paul Apostolidis and Juliet Williams.


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Acknowledgments
Part One: Sex Scandals in U.S. Politics: Theoretical, Social, and Historical Contexts
1. Sex Scandals and Discourses of Power
	PAUL APOSTOLIDIS AND JULIET WILLIAMS
2. Normal Sins: Sex Scandal Narratives As Institutional Morality Tales
	JOSHUA GAMSON
3. Power And Corruption: Political Competition and the Scandal Market
	THEODORE J. LOWI
4. Hardly Sallygate: Thomas Jefferson, Sally Hemings, and the Sex Scandal that Wasn't
	JOSHUA ROTHMAN
Part Two: Class, Race, and Gender in the Clinton Scandal
5. On "The Dalliances of the Commander-in-Chief": Christian Right Scandal Narratives in Post-Fordist America
	PAUL APOSTOLIDIS
6. Narrating Clinton's Impeachment: Race, the Right, and Allegories of the Sixties
	GEORGE SHULMAN
7. Sexual Risk Management in the Clinton White House
	ANNA MARIE SMITH
8. Privacy in the (Too Much) Information Age
	JULIET WILLIAMS
Part Three: Spectacle, Public Sphere, and the Conditions of Democratic Citizenship
9. It Was the Spectacle, Stupid: The Clinton-Lewinsky-Starr Affair and the Politics of the Gaze
	JEREMY VARON
10. Making (It) Public
	JODI DEAN
Notes on Contributors
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States Politics and government 1945-1989, United States Politics and government 1989-Scandals United States History, Political corruption United States History, Political culture United States History, Political ethics United States History, Politicians United States Sexual behavior History, Celebrities United States Sexual behavior History, Sexual ethics United States History