Political Man: The Social Bases of Politics
"The most important single volume on the sociology of voting yet to appear in the United States or anywhere else."-- "Political Science Quarterly.""Lipset has once again demonstrated his preeminence in the fields of both sociology and political science."-- "Commentary."
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