8 edition of The decline of American political parties, 1952-1988 found in the catalog.
|Statement||Martin P. Wattenberg ; [foreword by Walter Dean Burnham].|
|Contributions||Wattenberg, Martin P., 1956-|
|LC Classifications||JK2261 .W37 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 203 p. :|
|Number of Pages||203|
|LC Control Number||89024465|
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The Decline of American Parties Martin P. Wattenberg. Delbert Latta is an Ohio Republican who served in the House frombest known for the Gramm-Latta budget and reconciliation bills.
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The Concept of Political Partisanship The Stability of Partisan Attitudes Independent or No Preference. Negativity or Neutrality. Political Leadership and the Parties The Role of the. Except that inthe American public found new connections to the political process and developed a renewed enthusiasm for politics that resulted in a huge increase in turnout.
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Margolis, Michael and Resnick, David () `Local Political Parties and Decentering of American Urban Politics', paper prepared for presentation at the Ray C.
Bliss Institute of Applied Politics conference, `The State of the Parties: and Beyond', Akron, OH, by: 7. This chapter revisits the debate on parties and democracy while discussing three related topics (typologies, functions, and contrasts of parties between old and new democracies) within the study of political parties to discuss the extent to which our understanding of political parties in established democracies is adequate when applied to new Cited by: 1.
The Decline of American Political Parties, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. These percentages are based on the interpretation of the categories of the party identification measure that are the subject of this paper. "Parties Ch1: Parties in the House of Representatives; scholarly research concluded that parties are weak and ineffectual, partisanship has many definitions and applications; Parties before reform--policy-oriented parties with strong leaders and loyal members, strong parties and speaker led to weaker parties and committee rule, rise of seniority rule; the decline of party voting--use.Political scientists have identified three dramatic electoral changes since the s: a decline in partisanship and the significance of political parties; a decline in political participation, especially voting; and a decline in political trust and the belief that the individual has some influence over government (Gant and Luttbeg21).In this paper, we reconsider the influence ofpolitical issues in presidential primaries.
We argue that past work has not adequately considered how issues matter in primary elections. Primaries are intraparty affairs, and the political issues that typically divide the parties are not very relevant in Cited by: