Republican politics; the 1964 campaign and its aftermath for the party, edited by Bernard Cosman and Robert J. Huckshorn.

; Huckshorn, Robert Jack, 1928-
New York, Praeger [1968] .

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Other Authors Huckshorn, Robert Jack, 1928-
Subjects Republican Party (EĢtats-Unis : 1854- )
Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )
Description xii, 276 pages illustrations 21 cm
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages 245-263).
Contents part 1. Party and electorate: the 1964 campaign -- chapter 1. Under one roof: Barry Goldwater's campaign staff / Karl A. Lamb -- chapter 2. Myth and reality: the 1964 election / Philip E. Converse, Aage R. Clausen, and Warren E. Miller -- chapter 3. Deep South Republicans: profiles and positions / Bernard Cosman -- chapter 4. Money and votes: party finance, 1964 / Herbert E. Alexander -- part 2. Party in defeat: the rebuilding -- chapter 5. Survivors: the 1965 house minority leadership contest / Robert L. Peabody -- chapter 6. Out-party strategy: Republican National Committee rebuilding politics, 1964-66 / John F. Bibby and Robert H. Huckshorn -- chapter 7. Goldwater impact: cyclical variation or secular decline? / Bernard Cosman and Robert J. Huckshorn.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)439284
(OCoLC)ocm00439284
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