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Gendering American Politics (Part II, 1980-1994) — Fear and Anger

As late as the 1950s, no one associated American political parties with gender. The Democrats and Republicans remained doggedly male for decades after women entered the system. Then, starting in the ‘60s and’70s, men and women developed different voting tendencies, and party programs gradually converged with men’s and women’s preferences on the issues. By the […]

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