Creating a New Racial Order
How Immigration, Multiracialism,Genomics, and the Young Can RemakeRace in America
Jennier 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 UniversityJennier L. Hochschild isthe Henry LaBarre JayneProessor o Govern-ment, proessor o Arican and Arican Americanstudies, and Harvard College Proessor at HarvardUniversity. Vesla M. Weaver is an assistant proes-sor in the Woodrow Wilson Department o Politicsat the University o Virginia. Traci R. Burch is assis-tant proessor o political science at NorthwesternUniversity and research proessor at the AmericanBar Foundation.
2012. 280 pages. 19 haltones. 14 line illus. 10 tables.Cl: 978-0-691-15299-8 $29.95 | £19.95
New York Times Book Review
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
FRee BOOK CHAPTeRS COMInG FALL 2012
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.
represents an unprecedented eort 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 dierence. 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 oten pass or analysis o presidential elections.
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 proessor o political science at George Washington University. Lynn Vavreck is as-sociate proessor o political science and communication studies at the University o Caliornia, Los Angeles.