The State of the Parties: The Changing Role of Contemporary American Politics

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John Clifford Green, Daniel J. Coffey
Rowman & Littlefield, 2007 - 428 halaman
Every four years, The State of the Parties brings readers up to date on American party organizations and activities. With the dual themes of polarization and innovation, the new edition is an essential primer on party politics.
 

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The State of the Parties in a Polarized Nation
1
The Party System
13
The Future of the American TwoParty System in the TwentyFirst Century
15
Party Factions in 2004
35
The State of the Party Elites National Convention Delegates 19922004
51
State Party Activists and State Party Polarization
75
Party Resources
93
Committees and Candidates National Party Finance after BCRA
95
The Dynamic of Third Parties and the Perot Constituency Twelve Years and Counting
231
The Declining Significance of Ralph
249
Partisanship and the Public
263
The Growing Polarization of American Voters
265
Party Coalitions in the American Public Morality Politics Issue Agendas and the 2004 Election
279
The Rise of the Ideological Voter The Changing Bases of Partisanship in the American Electorate
299
The Rise of the Right More Conservatives or More Concentrated Conservatism?
317
Party in Government
329

Surviving BCRA State Party Finance in 2004
113
Rally round the Flag When Interest Groups Invite Themselves to the Party
135
Deaniacs and Democrats Howard Deans Campaign Activists
153
Party Activities
171
Machine Politics for the TwentyFirst Century? Multilevel Marketing and Party Organizations
173
The Uncoordinated Campaign The Battle for Mahoning County Ohio
187
Organizational Strength and Campaign Professionalism in State Parties
199
Local Parties and Mobilizing the Vote The Case of Young Citizens
217
Minor Parties
229
The Partisan Presidency
331
Party Leadership in the House of Representatives
343
Ten Years after the Revolution 1994 and Partisan Control of Government
355
The Courts and Party Systems in 2004 Representation without Competition?
369
References
383
Index
409
About the Editors and Contributors
423
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John C. Green is distinguished professor of political science and director of the Ray C. Bliss Institute of Applied Politics at the University of Akron. Daniel J. Coffey is assistant professor of political science at The University of Akron and a fellow in the Ray C. Bliss Institute of Applied Politics. He has published in State Politics and Policy Quarterly. He studies political parties, public opinion, state and local politics, campaigns and elections, and research methods.

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