Table of contents for Remaking America : democracy and public policy in an age of inequality / [edited by] Joe Soss, Jacob S. Hacker, Suzanne Mettler.

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Introduction
Chapter 1. 	The New Politics of Inequality: A Policy-Centered Perspective
Jacob S. Hacker, Yale University
Suzanne Mettler, Syracuse University 
Joe Soss, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Policies and Institutions in the New Politics of Inequality 
 Chapter 2. 	Constricting the Welfare State: Tax Policy and the Political Movement Against 				Government
Kimberly J. Morgan, George Washington University
Chapter 3. 	Entrepreneurial Litigation: Advocacy Coalitions and Strategies in the Fragmented 			American Welfare State
		R. Shep Melnick, Boston College
Elite Efforts to Reshape the Political Landscape
Chapter 4.	The Implementation and Evolution of Medicare: The Distributional Effects of "Positive" Policy Feedbacks
Lawrence R. Jacobs, University of Minnesota
Chapter 5.	A Public Transformed? Welfare Reform as Policy Feedback
Joe Soss, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Sanford F. Schram, Bryn Mawr College
 
Policies and Participation: The Interplay of Structure and Agency 
Chapter 6.	Universalism, Targeting, and Participation
Andrea Louise Campbell, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Chapter 7.	Institutions and Agents in the Politics of Welfare Cutbacks
Frances Fox Piven, City University of New York
The People that Policies Make: Roles, Identities, and Democracies
Chapter 8.	Policies of Racial Classification and the Politics of Racial Inequality
Jennifer Hochschild, Harvard University
Vesla Weaver, Harvard University
Chapter 9. 	Welfare Policy and the Transformation of Care
Deborah Stone, Dartmouth College
The State¿s New Look: Decentralization, Inequality, and Social Control 
Chapter 10.	The Promise of Progressive Federalism 
Richard B. Freeman, Harvard University
Joel Rogers, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Chapter 11.	The Political Consequences of Mass Imprisonment
Josh Guetzkow, Harvard University
Bruce Western, Princeton University
Putting the Pieces Together: Constructivist and Institutionalist Perspectives
Chapter 12.	Poverty, Policy, and the Social Construction of Target Groups
Helen Ingram, University of California-Irvine
 
Chapter 13.	Policy, Politics, and the Rise of Inequality
Paul Pierson, University of California-Berkeley

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Equality -- United States.
Distributive justice -- United States.
Public welfare -- United States.
Marginality, Social -- United States.
United States -- Social policy -- 1993-.