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dc.contributor.authorIman Oulha-
dc.description.abstractThe current study tackles the issue of political inequality in the United States of America. The research intends to highlight the link between economic inequality and political inequality. Politicians and researchers in the scholarly field of American politics have warned that citizens with modest income are underrepresented in the government policies. Our study focuses on the unequal representation of the government toward the low-, middle- and high-income groups. But for unequal representation to occur there must be variations in the political preferences and priorities among the various income groups. The subject of political equality is paramount because it is fundamental for the democratic theory.en_US
dc.titlePolitical Inequality across Income Groups in the U.S.Aen_US
dc.typeMasters thesisen_US
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