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Title The fractious nation? : unity and division in contemporary American life / edited by Jonathan Rieder ;Steven Steinlight, associate editor.
Published Berkeley : University of California Press, c2003
Detail vii, 295 p. ; 24 cm
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Added Author Rieder, Jonathan
  Steinlight, Steven
  Rieder, Jonathan. Introduction: The Fractious Nation?
  Rieder, Jonathan. Getting a Fix on Fragmentation: "Breakdown" as Estimation Error, Rhetorical Strategy, and Organizational Accomplishment
  Bernstein, Richard. The Fetish of Difference
  Minow, Martha. Fragments or Ties? The Defense of Difference
  DiMaggio, Paul. The Myth of Culture War: The Disparity between Private Opinion and Public Politics
  Wertheimer, Jack. America's Jews: Highly Fragmented, Insufficiently Disputatious
  Waters, Mary C. Once Again, Strangers on Our Shores
  Munoz, Cecilia. Expelling Newcomers: The Eclipse of Constitutional Community
  Massey, Douglas S. The United States in the World Community: The Limits of National Sovereignty
  Hochschild, Jennifer. "Who Cares Who Killed Roger Ackroyd?": Narrowing the Enduring Divisions of Race
  Gaines, Kevin. The Ambivalence of Citizenship: African-American Intellectuals in Search of Community
  Skocpol, Theda. Social Provision and Civic Community: Beyond Fragmentation
  Starr, Paul. Stable Fragmentation in Multicultural America
  Dilulio, John J. The Moral Compassion of True Conservatism
  Dionne, E. J. Shaking Off the Past: Third Ways, Fourth Ways, and the Urgency of Politics
  Rieder, Jonathan. Epilogue: Into the Unknown: Unity and Conflict after September 11, 2001
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