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Acknowledgments
Introduction: Making Dominance
1. "Civic Slackers" and "Poll Dodgers": Nonvoting and the Construction of Discursive Dominance
2. "A Whole Fleet of Campaigns": The Get-Out-the-Vote Campaigns in Overview
3. "Vote as You Please—But Vote!": The Leadership of the Get-Out-the-Vote Campaigns
4. "Good for at Least 100 Votes": The Get-Out-the-Vote Campaigns at the Local Level
5. The Expert Citizen: Civic Education and the Remaking of Civic Hierarchies
6. The Methods of Wrigley and Barnum: The Get-Out-the-Vote Campaigns and the Commodification of Political Culture
Conclusion: The New Regime
Abbreviations
Notes
A Note on Method and Sources
Index

The Big Vote
Gender, Consumer Culture, and the Politics of Exclusion, 1890s–1920s
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