The Big Vote Gender, Consumer Culture, and the Politics of Exclusion, 1890s-1920s / Liette Gidlow.
Johns Hopkins University Press,
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Table of Contents:
- Introduction : making dominance
- "Civic slackers" and "poll dodgers" : nonvoting and the construction of discursive dominance
- "A whole fleet of campaigns" : the get-out-the-vote campaigns in overview
- "Vote as you please, but vote!" : the leadership of the get-out-the-vote campaigns
- "Good for at least 100 votes" : the get-out-the-vote campaigns at the local level
- The expert citizen : civic education and the remaking of civic hierarchies
- The methods of Wrigley and Barnum : the get-out-the-vote campaigns and the commodification of political culture
- Conclusion : the new regime.