Sidney Verba

Sidney Verba (1932–2019) was Carl H. Pforzheimer University Professor, Emeritus, and Research Professor of Government at Harvard University.

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Cover: The Private Roots of Public Action: Gender, Equality, and Political ParticipationThe Private Roots of Public Action: Gender, Equality, and Political ParticipationBurns, Nancy
Schlozman, Kay Lehman
Verba, Sidney
PAPERBACK09/30/2001$48.50
Cover: Voice and Equality: Civic Voluntarism in American PoliticsVoice and Equality: Civic Voluntarism in American PoliticsVerba, Sidney
Schlozman, Kay Lehman
Brady, Henry E.
PAPERBACK09/26/1995$50.00
Cover: Elites and the Idea of Equality: A Comparison of Japan, Sweden, and the United StatesElites and the Idea of Equality: A Comparison of Japan, Sweden, and the United StatesVerba, Sidney
Kelman, Steven
Orren, Gary R.
Miyake, Ichiro
Watanuki, Joji
Kabashima, Ikuo
Ferree, G. Donald
E-DITION11/16/1987$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
Cover: Equality in America: The View from the TopEquality in America: The View from the TopVerba, Sidney
Orren, Gary R.
PAPERBACK01/01/1985$39.00
Cover: Injury to Insult: Unemployment, Class, and Political ResponseInjury to Insult: Unemployment, Class, and Political ResponseSchlozman, Kay Lehman
Verba, Sidney
PAPERBACK09/15/1981$45.00
Cover: The Changing American Voter: Enlarged EditionThe Changing American Voter: Enlarged EditionNie, Norman H.
Verba, Sidney
Petrocik, John R.
E-DITION01/01/1979$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
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