Table of contents for The future of democratic equality : rebuilding social solidarity in a fragmented America / Joseph M. Schwartz.

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1  Introduction: Bringing "Difference" and "Identity" Back into
Concern for Democratic Equality                              1
2   From Domestic to Global Solidarity                          27
3   Post-Structuralist Political Theory: Living in an Unreal
World-Where's You? Me? Agency?                              47
4   Can a "Politics of Difference" (or "Identity Politics") Ground
a Radical Democratic Conception of Justice?                 73
5   The Rise of Global "Casino Capitalism": Short-Term
Financial Profit Versus Long-Term Equitable Growth         105
6   Does Globalization Necessitate the Demise of Democratic
Egalitarian Politics?                                      127
7   Racism, Difference, and the Problematic Politics of Social
Solidarity                                                 151
8   Conclusion-Ending the False Antinomy of "Difference" and
"Equality": Toward an Egalitarian Democratic Pluralism     177

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Equality United States, Democracy United States, Solidarity United States