Demographic Foundations of Political Empowerment in Mulriminority Cities
We exemine two potential modes of local empowerment: "dominance, " whereby each group is the majoriy of voters in single election districts ( reinforcing separative tendencies) , and "influence" whereby a group gains "influential minority" status in several districts ( reinforcing unifying tendencies).
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