Realignment And Party Revival

Author: Arthur C. Paulson
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780275968656
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Taking issue with widely accepted theories of dealignment and party decay, Paulson argues that the most profound realignment in American history occurred in the 1960s, almost without notice, and that still another realignment is on the way.

The Parties Respond Changes In American Parties And Campaigns

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In New Directions in American Political Parties, edited by Jeffrey M. Stonecash,
148–165. New York: Routledge. Paulson, Arthur C. 2000. Realignment and Party
Revival: Understanding American Electoral Politics at the Turn of the Twenty-First
Century. Westport: Praeger. ______. 2007. Electoral Realignment and the
Outlook for American Democracy. Boston: Northeastern University Press. Payne,
James L. 1980. “The Personal Electoral Advantage of House Incumbents, 1936–
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The Collapse Of The Democratic Presidential Majority

Author: David G. Lawrence
Publisher: Westview Pr
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The book combines analysis of presidential elections in the postwar world with theories of electoral change--showing how Reagan bridged the eras of re- and dealignment and why Clinton was elected despite the postwar trend.

The Obama Doctrine

Author: Colin Dueck
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190202645
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Why Our Government Is So Dysfunctional (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson,
2012); David Leege et al., The Politics of Cultural Differences: Social Change
and Voter Mobilization Strategies in the Post–New Deal Period (Princeton, NJ:
Princeton University Press, 2002); Arthur Paulson, Electoral Realignment and the
Outlook for American Democracy (Boston, MA: Northeastern University Press,
2007). See Morris Fiorina, Culture War? (Boston, MA: Longman, 2011). Some
Republican ...

Choice

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Finally, the author fails to provide a context as to the scope of the reports he cites
in his work. All reports arc certainly not equal in their readership and potential to
influence readers. Summing Up: Optional. Researchers and faculty. — R. M.
Alexander, Ohio Northern University 44-5917 JK2265 2006-31699 CIP Paulson,
Arthur. Electoral realignment and the outlook for American democracy.
Northeastern, 2007. 220pbibl index afp ISBN 1555536670 pbk, $24.95: ISBN
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Conservative Parties And Right Wing Politics In North America

Author: Rainer-Olaf Schultze
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 3663095088
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From today's perspective, what has taken place in the 1980s might be termed a "
limited" or "selective" realignment, mainly among white southerners and
evangelical Christians (Himmelstein 1990; Norpoth 2002). Yet, looking at the
development of party identification and the electoral results on the national and
the state level during the last two decades, it does not seem to be warranted to
speak of a clear majority status of the Republican Party. North of the border, the
right-wing vote is ...

The American Political Party System

Author: John S. Jackson
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press
ISBN: 0815726384
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“Ideological Realignment among Voters.” In Jeffrey Stonecash, ed., New
Directions in American Political Parties. New York: Routledge. ———. 2010b. “
How Large a Wave? Using the Generic Ballot to Forecast the 2010 Midterm
Elections.” PS Political Science & Politics 43, no. 4: 631–32. ———. 2011. The
Disappearing Center: Engaged Citizens, Polarization, and American Democracy.
Yale University Press. Aldrich, John H. 1995. Why Parties? University of Chicago
Press. Almond ...