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How Policies Make Citizens:
Senior Political Activism and the American Welfare State
Andrea Louise Campbell

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

LIST OF FIGURES ix
LIST OF TABLES xi
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xv
CHAPTER ONE
Introduction: The Reciprocal Participation-Policy Relationship 1
CHAPTER TWO
Overview: Rising Senior Participation and the Growth of the American Welfare State 14
CHAPTER THREE
A Model of Senior Citizen Political Participation 38
CHAPTER FOUR
Senior Citizen Participation and Policy over ime 65
CHAPTER FIVE
Policy Threat and Seniors' Distinctive Political Voice 93
CHAPTER SIX
Congressional Responsiveness 115
CHAPTER SEVEN
The Reciprocal Participation-Policy Relationship across Programs 125
CHAPTER EIGHT
Participation, Policymaking, and the Political Implications of Program Design 138
APPENDIX A
Supplementary Tables 147
APPENDIX B
Two-Stage Social Security Participation Model 161
APPENDIX C
Senior/Nonsenior Mobilization Ratios by Party, 1956-96 165
APPENDIX D
Multiple Interrupted Time-Series Analysis 166
NOTES 169
REFERENCES 205
INDEX 221

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