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  • I think Theda is wrong; I think she’s too literal, generally, from what I’ve seen of her postings on the web.

    Matthew Yglesias » What Theda Skocpol Said

  • In 2000 the Harvard sociologist Theda Skocpol noted that the United States had by far the highest child poverty rates of any developed nation and wrote, American children have not enjoyed generous help through government.

    The Good Fight

  • In 2000 the Harvard sociologist Theda Skocpol noted that the United States had by far the highest child poverty rates of any developed nation and wrote, American children have not enjoyed generous help through government.

    The Good Fight

  • In 2000 the Harvard sociologist Theda Skocpol noted that the United States had by far the highest child poverty rates of any developed nation and wrote, American children have not enjoyed generous help through government.

    The Good Fight

  • Class divisions have increasingly permeated the nonprofit sector in recent years, a development incisively described by Harvard professor Theda Skocpol in her book, Diminished Democracy.

    Pablo Eisenberg: State of the Nonprofit Sector

  • Harvard's Theda Skocpol defends Jack Conway's controversial new ad (which you can watch, and read my take on, here):

    Dissents: Jack Conway's Aqua-Buddha ad

  • Class divisions have increasingly permeated the nonprofit sector in recent years, a development incisively described by Harvard professor Theda Skocpol in her book, Diminished Democracy.

    Pablo Eisenberg: State of the Nonprofit Sector

  • Theda Skocpol, a professor of government and sociology at Harvard University, had this to say:

    Matthew Yglesias » Change . . . If You Want It

  • Class divisions have increasingly permeated the nonprofit sector in recent years, a development incisively described by Harvard professor Theda Skocpol in her book, Diminished Democracy.

    Pablo Eisenberg: State of the Nonprofit Sector

  • Class divisions have increasingly permeated the nonprofit sector in recent years, a development incisively described by Harvard professor Theda Skocpol in her book, Diminished Democracy.

    Pablo Eisenberg: State of the Nonprofit Sector

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