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Includes bibliographical references (pages 235-256) and index.
Racial attitudes and American politics in the age of Obama -- The spillover of racialization hypothesis -- The Obama presidency, racial attitudes, and the 2012 election -- Racial attitudes and evaluations of public figures in the Obama era -- The spillover of racialization into public policy preferences -- Racial attitudes and voting for Congress in the Obama era -- The growing racialization of partisan attachments -- The expanding political divide between white and nonwhite Americans -- Conclusion : racial politics in the Obama and post-Obama eras.
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