The politics of reapportionment. Edited by Malcolm E. Jewell.


New York, Atherton Press, 1962.

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Subjects Apportionment (Election law) -- U.S. states.
Apportionment (Election law) -- United States -- States.
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Overheidsbeleid.
United States.
Series Atherton Press political science series.
Description xii, 334 pages illustrations, maps 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1962.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Political patterns in apportionment / Malcolm E Jewell -- The California senate: Sectional conflict and vox populi / Gordon E. Baker -- Colorado: A matter of balance / William P. Irwin -- Florida: politics and the "pork choppers" / Hugh Douglas Price -- North Carolina: people or pine trees / Preston W. Edsall -- Kentucky: A latent issue / Malcolm E. Jewell -- Texas: factions in a one-party setting / H. Dicken Cherry -- Equilibrium in Illinois: frustration and accommodation of the parties / David W. Minar -- Pennsylvania: The limits of power in a divided government / Edward F. Cooke and William J. Keefe -- apportionment and districting in Ohio: components of deadlock / Herbert Waltzer -- North Carolina: "this bill or nothing" / Preston W. Edsall -- West Virginia: tradition and partisan advantage / Victor K. Heyman -- Maryland: frustration of one-party control / Dwynal B. Pettingill -- New York: "Constitutionally Republican" / Gus Tyler and David I. Wells -- California: "brutal butchery of the two-party system"? / H. Frank Way -- Michigan legislative apportionment: key to constitutional change / Karl A. Lamb -- Maryland: judicial challenge to rural control / Dwynal B. Pettingill -- Tennessee: inertia and the courts / Wilder Crane.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)268747
(OCoLC)ocm00268747
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WorldCat Identities Jewell, Malcolm E., 1928-2010,
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