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Political parties / David W. Abbott, Edward T. Rogowsky.

; Rogowsky, Edward T., 1940-
2d ed.. Chicago : Rand McNally College Pub. Company, [1978] .
ISBN , 052865022X, 9780528650222

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Other Authors Rogowsky, Edward T., 1940-
Subjects Partei.
Political parties -- United States.
Political parties.
USA.
United States.
Description viii, 380 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Copyright Date [1978]
©1978
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The party "Stratarchy," by S.J. Eldersveld. -- The Goldwater phenomenon, by A. Wildavsky. -- Purists and professionals in party politics, by D.S. Sullivan, J.L. Pressman, B.I. Page, and J.J. Lyons. -- Why political machines have not withered away, by R.E. Wolfinger. -- Presidential nominations, by D.W. Abbott. -- Electoral myth and reality, by A.R. Clausen, P.E. Converse, and W.E. Miller. -- Continuity and change in Am erican politics, by P.E. Converse, W.E. Miller, J.G. Rusk, and A.G. Wolfe. -- Issues, candidates, and partisan politics in the 1972 Americ an presidential election, by A.H. Miller and W.E. Miller. -- Voting behavior in the 1976 election, by D.W. Abbott and E.T. Rogowsky. -- Mass belief systems revisited, by N.H. Nie with K. Andersen. -- Party loyalty and party choice, by G. Pomper. -- Party government and the saliency of Congress, by. D.E. Stokes and W.E. Miller. -- A theory of critical elections, by V.O. Key. -- Toward a definition of critical realignment, by W.D. Burnham. -- Whither the American party system? by J.L. Sund.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4499807
(OCoLC)ocm04499807
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WorldCat Identities Abbott, David W., 1939-
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