Chapter 7 Individualism, Democracy and Conflict in the USA
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This chapter argues that regional divisions in terms of legal individual rights and democratic rights have increased. Growing partisanship, and the growth of inequality, has led to increased local activism on employment policy, leading to a split between ‘equity and voice’ states and ‘efficiency and individual rights’ states.

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