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by Professor John Allswang
Author: Professor John Allswang
Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press; Revised edition (March 1, 1986)
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John Myers Allswang, American computer science educator, historian. International Business Machines Corporation fellow, 1968; recipient Merit award California State University, Los Angeles, 1985, 86, 87, 88, 89. Director California Direct Democracy Project. Member Orgn American Historians, American History Association. 1ZPW2/?tag prabook0b-20. The Initiative and Referendum in California, 1898-1998.
Allswang examines four machines and five urban bosses over the course of a century. He argues that efforts to extract a meaningful general theory from the American experience of political machines are difficult given the particularity of each city's history. A city's composition largely determined the character of its political machines. Furthermore, while political machines are often regarded as nondemocratic and corrupt, Allswang discusses the strengths of the urban machine approach-chief among those being its ability to organize voters around specific issues.
Allswang examines four machines and five urban bosses over the course of a century John Allswang is an American historian from Chicago, Illinois. He is a professor emeritus at California State University, Los Angeles. John Allswang is an American historian from Chicago, Illinois. He has also been a visiting professor at Hebrew University of Jerusalem and at Leiden University, The Netherlands.
Michael Ebner is an emeritus Professor of American History, Department of. .Bosses, Machines, and Urban Voters: An American Symbiosis.
Michael Ebner is an emeritus Professor of American History, Department of History, Lake Forest College (IL). Completing a book encompassing four case studies of metropolitan transformation since 1900 Case studies: Greater Princeton, NJ; Gwinnett County, GA; Naperville, IL; and Irvine, CA. The four case studies, infused by their distinctive histories and geographies, evince different storylines. But assaying them side-by-side, collectively they enable us to make some sense of the incessantly changing American metropolis in the twenty-first century.
Furthermore, while political machines are often regarded as nondemocratic and corrupt, Allswang discusses the strengths of the urban machine approach-chief among those being its ability to organize voters around specific issues. Bosses, Machines, and Urban Voters - eBook.
John M. Allswang is Professor of History at California State University, Los Angeles. Библиографические данные.
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