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Princeton University Press: Political Science & Law 2012

Princeton University Press: Political Science & Law 2012

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Political Science & Law 2012
The Unheavenly Chorus
Unequal Political Voice and the BrokenPromise o American Democracy
Kay Lehman Schlozman, Sidney Verba& Henry E. Brady
The Unheavenly Chorus
is the denitivestudy o participatoryinequality in America.Marshaling prodigiousevidence, the authorsshow how money notonly buys inuencedirectly but also aectsassociations thatare supposed to bedemocratic antidotesto concentrated wealth. A monumental achieve-ment o careul scholarship, this book oers realknowledge o how politics actually operates.—Robert Kuttner, coeditor,
 American Prospect 
In a true democracy, the preerences and needso all citizens deserve equal consideration. Yetequal consideration is only possible with equalcitizen voice.
The Unheavenly Chorus
reveals howar we really are rom the democratic ideal andhow hard it would be to attain it.Kay Lehman Schlozman is the J. Joseph MoakleyEndowed Proessor o Political Science at BostonCollege. Sidney Verba is the Carl H. PorzheimerUniversity Proessor Emeritus and ResearchProessor o Government at Harvard University.Henry E. Brady is the Class o 1941 MonroeDeutsch Proessor o Political Science and PublicPolicy at the University o Caliornia, Berkeley.
2012. 728 pages. 59 line illus. 58 tables.Cl: 978-0-691-15484-8 $35.00 | £24.95
The Spirit o Compromise
Why Governing Demands It andCampaigning Undermines It
Amy Gutmann & Dennis Thompson
“In this ‘no excuses’look at Washingtongridlock, Gutmannand Thompsonoer a clear-eyedexamination o theorces that bringwarring politicalleaders together orkeep them apart. Farrom a Pollyanna-likeplea or compromiseabove all, this book uses ascinating historicaland recent examples, and analysis, to exposethe sources o dysunction and to argue orhow they can be overcome. I wish everypolicymaker would read it!”—Judy Woodru, PBS NewsHourIn
The Spirit o Compromise
, eminent politicalthinkers Amy Gutmann and Dennis Thompsonconnect the rejection o compromise to thedomination o campaigning over govern-ing—the permanent campaign—in Americandemocracy today.Amy Gutmann is president o the Universityo Pennsylvania, where she is also the Chris-topher H. Browne Distinguished Proessoro Political Science. Dennis Thompson is theAlred North Whitehead Proessor o PoliticalPhilosophy at Harvard University.
2012. 256 pages.Cl: 978-0-691-15391-9 $24.95 | £16.95
general interest 
1 gral itrst9 amrica politics & policy19 itratioal politics24 political coomy29 political philosophy & thory37 la & lgal thory39 juicial politics40 political sociology42 comparativ politics46 pricto stuis i muslim politics47 political bhavior48 political mthoology49 ucatio policy51 books52 i/orr orm
Front cover illustration by Anne Karetnikov. This image is rom
Governing America: The Revival o Political History 
 by Julian E. Zelizer, eatured on page 2.
Creating a New Racial Order
How Immigration, Multiracialism,Genomics, and the Young Can RemakeRace in America
Jennier L. Hochschild, Vesla M. Weaver& Traci R. Burch
“This is a wide-rangingexploration o howAmerica looks, thinks,and lives in terms o race as we go into thisnew millennium.”—Henry Louis Gates Jr.,Harvard UniversityJennier L. Hochschild isthe Henry LaBarre JayneProessor o Govern-ment, proessor o Arican and Arican Americanstudies, and Harvard College Proessor at HarvardUniversity. Vesla M. Weaver is an assistant proes-sor in the Woodrow Wilson Department o Politicsat the University o Virginia. Traci R. Burch is assis-tant proessor o political science at NorthwesternUniversity and research proessor at the AmericanBar Foundation.
2012. 280 pages. 19 haltones. 14 line illus. 10 tables.Cl: 978-0-691-15299-8 $29.95 | £19.95
New York Times Book Review 
Editor’s Choice
How to Win an Election
An Ancient Guide or Modern Politicians
Quintus Tullius Cicero
 Translated and with an introduction byPhilip Freeman
“In his election adviceto his brother Marcus,Quintus Cicero showshimsel to be a masterpolitical strategist witha clear understandingo opposition research,organization, andturnout though a littleweak on message).Fresh, lively, and sharp,this primer providestimeless counsel and a great read or the modernpolitical practitioner.”—Karl Rove, ormer deputy chie o sta andsenior advisor to President George W. BushPhilip Freeman holds the Qualley Chair o ClassicalLanguages at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa.
2012. 128 pages.Cl: 978-0-691-15408-4 $9.95 | £6.95
The Gamble
Choice and Chance in the 2012 Presidential Election
John Sides & Lynn Vavreck 
We’re excited to announce a series o ree eBook preview chapters—scheduled to be released beginningin August—rom a groundbreaking book in progress about the 2012 U.S. presidential election.
The Gamble
represents an unprecedented eort to tell the story o a dramatic election campaign, draw-ing on data about the economy, public opinion, news coverage, and political advertising to determinethe actors that really make a dierence. The authors will be visiting the campaign trail to nd out whatmatters most to the campaigns and to voters. The result promises to be the only book about the electionthat combines on-the-ground reporting, social science, and quantitative data in order to look beyond theanecdote, olklore, and conventional wisdom that too oten pass or analysis o presidential elections.
The Gamble
is scheduled to be published as a complete print and eBook in September 2013. The reepreview chapters will be downloadable to your e-reader at:
press.princeton.edu/titles/9920.htmlForthcoming ree eBook chapters:
“The Hand You’re Dealt”—the challenge aced by Obama at the beginning o the campaign“Random or Romney”—the primariesJohn Sides is associate proessor o political science at George Washington University. Lynn Vavreck is as-sociate proessor o political science and communication studies at the University o Caliornia, Los Angeles.

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