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by Alan Gitelson
Author: Alan Gitelson
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin School (January 1, 1984)
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American political parties. stability and change. Published 1984 by Houghton Mifflin in Boston. Includes bibliographies and indexes.
Understanding the broad historical sweep of changing political party bases and the connection to policy enactments in. .
Understanding the broad historical sweep of changing political party bases and the connection to policy enactments in Congress is a very demanding task. Too often scholars focus on just one of these or get bogged down in detail and history gets lost. I know of no other book on political partisanship that so deftly combines electoral analysis, institutional politics and substantive public policy debate. -Gareth Davies, author of See Government Grow: Education Politics from Johnson to Reagan. Byron E. Shafer is Hawkins Chair of Political Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Political Parties and the Opportunity Costs of Patronage. Patronage and Political Stability in Africa. Party Politics, Vol. 3, Issue. Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 42, Issue. Changes in the nature of political ties greatly influence the degree to which monetary incentives are successful in electoral campaigns, and I have thus borrowed from that analysis for the broader purpose of this paper. 15 Traditional ties often allow some scope for bargaining and reciprocity; the ability of clients to flee to another jurisdiction and the economic and military need for a leader to attract and keep a sizable clientele provided subordinates with some leverage.
Library and Information Science, Book Studies. Linguistics and Semiotics. ShaferByron . The American Political Pattern: Stability and Change, 1932–2016 (Lawrence: University of Kansas Press, 2016). Published Online: 2018-03-05.
Title/s: Professor Emeritus
Title/s: Professor Emeritus. Specialty Area: American Politics.
Alan R. Gitelson, Robert L. Dudley, and Melvin J. Dubnick . Publication Date - January 2017. Filibustering One's Own Bill A Portrait of Congress -Stability and Change in the Make-up of Congress --Education and Occupation --Race and Sex Asked and Answered: Why are there so few women serving in legislative bodies?