Minority Hiv Rates, Inequality, and the Politics of Aids Funding Page: III
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Previous versions of Chapters 3 and 4 were presented at the annual meetings of the
Southwest Social Science Association in Las Vegas, March 16-19, 2011, and the Western
Political Science Association in San Antonio, April 21-24, 2011. Thanks to my reviewers
for all of the helpful comments received at both meetings, especially Martin Johnson of the
University of California, Riverside, and Regina Branton, University of North Texas, for
their in-depth critiques of the methods employed therein.
Special thanks also to Jonathan Rothwell of the Brookings Institution and Douglas
Massey, Princeton University, for providing their data on density zoning and class
segregation. I owe a debt of gratitude, especially, to Sonia Arbona of the Texas State
Department of Health Services for her invaluable help in locating data on HIV/AIDS
prevalence and socioeconomic indicators for Texas counties and zip codes.
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