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The Welfare State, Public Opinion, and Power Resources Theory: Social Rights Support and Welfare State Regimes in Cross-National Perspective
Unformatted Document Text:  The Welfare State, Public Opinion, and Power Resources Theory: Social Rights Support and Welfare State Regimes in Cross-National Perspective Clem Brooks Department of Sociology Indiana University, Bloomington Bloomington, IN 47405 - 7103 Jeff Manza Department of Sociology Northwestern University Evanston, IL 60208 - 1330 December, 2003 (word count: approximately 12,900) * Data from the Labor Force Statistics, Main Economic Indicators, National Accounts, and Social Expenditures Database were provided by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development; data and machine-readable codebooks from the International Social Survey Programme were provided by the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research and by the Central Archive for Empirical Social Research; and data and a machine-readable codebook from the Comparative Welfare States Dataset were provided by Evelyne Huber, Charles Ragin, and John D. Stephens (including updated data provided by David Brady and Jason Beckfield). We thank Arthur Alderson, David Brady, Patricia McManus, Brian Powell, Paul Sniderman, Brian Steensland, Pamela Walters, and Christopher Wlezien for comments and suggestions. The usual disclaimers apply. From 7/1/03 until 6/1/04, direct correspondence to Clem Brooks, Department of Communication Science, Kloveniersburgwal 48, 1012 CX Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS; email: ## email not listed ## (after 6/1/04: Department of Sociology, 1020 E. Kirkwood Ave., Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, 47405-7103).

Authors: Brooks, Clem. and Manza, Jeff.
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The Welfare State, Public Opinion, and Power Resources Theory: Social Rights Support
and Welfare State Regimes in Cross-National Perspective
Clem Brooks
Department of Sociology
Indiana University, Bloomington
Bloomington, IN 47405 - 7103
Jeff Manza
Department of Sociology
Northwestern University
Evanston, IL 60208 - 1330
December, 2003
(word count: approximately 12,900)
* Data from the Labor Force Statistics, Main Economic Indicators, National Accounts, and Social
Expenditures Database were provided by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and
Development; data and machine-readable codebooks from the International Social Survey
Programme were provided by the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research
and by the Central Archive for Empirical Social Research; and data and a machine-readable
codebook from the Comparative Welfare States Dataset were provided by Evelyne Huber,
Charles Ragin, and John D. Stephens (including updated data provided by David Brady and
Jason Beckfield). We thank Arthur Alderson, David Brady, Patricia McManus, Brian Powell, Paul
Sniderman, Brian Steensland, Pamela Walters, and Christopher Wlezien for comments and
suggestions. The usual disclaimers apply. From 7/1/03 until 6/1/04, direct correspondence to Clem
Brooks, Department of Communication Science, Kloveniersburgwal 48, 1012 CX Amsterdam,
NETHERLANDS; email: ## email not listed ## (after 6/1/04: Department of Sociology, 1020 E.
Kirkwood Ave., Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, 47405-7103).


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