Producing and Consuming Trust
Eric M. Uslaner challenges the accepted wisdom about trust. He argues that group membership and informal socializing do not depend on trust and do not create trust. He establishes categories of trust and discusses the consequences of each type for civic engagement. This author also explores why Americans have become less trusting over time, emphasizing the role of religious fundamentalism, growing pessimism, and rising economic inequality.
Is Bipartisanship Dead? Policy Agreement and Agenda-Setting in the House of Representatives, Laurel Harbridge Reviewed by Eric M. Uslaner
FDR and the Jews, Richard Breitman and Allan J. Lichtman Reviewed by Eric M. Uslaner
Congress Behaving Badly: The Rise of Partisanship and Incivility and the Death of Public Trust, Sunil Ahuja Reviewed by Eric M. Uslaner
Democratic Challenges, Democratic Choices: The Erosion of Political Support in Advanced Industrial Democracies, Russell J. Dalton Reviewed by Eric M. Uslanermore by this author
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