Summary of Unequal Democracy: the Political Economy of the New Gilded Age - Larry M. BartelseBook - 2013
Complete summary of Larry M. Bartels' book: "Unequal Democracy: ThePolitical Economy of the New Gilded Age". This summary of the ideas fromLarry M. Bartels' book "Unequal Democracy" reveals the truth behind severalmyths about American politics. In his book, the author mainly exposes the factthat the gap between the rich and the poor has widened considerably underRepublican administrations, leaving the country completely unequal. Bartelsargues that this is due to the political choices made by governments that favorthe wealthy. Added-value of this summary:- Save time - Understand key concepts - Expand your knowledge To learn more, read "Unequal Democracy: The Political Economy of the NewGilded Age" to investigate the consequences of America's income gap and theability to satisfy democratic ideals.
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