6 edition of American political parties found in the catalog.
American political parties
Richard L. Kolbe
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||Richard L. Kolbe.|
|LC Classifications||JK2261 .K65 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 353 p. :|
|Number of Pages||353|
|LC Control Number||85013937|
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Get this from a library! The life of the parties: a history of American political parties. [James Reichley] -- Americans disillusioned with a divided government and an ineffectual political process need look no further for the source of these problems than the . Although there are dozens of political parties in the United States, only certain parties qualify to have the names of their candidates for office printed on election ballots. In order to qualify for ballot placement, a party must meet certain requirements that vary from state to atic Party:
Political parties, created by the American Revolution leaders, emerged in the ’s. George Washington, James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and Thomas Jefferson were the four most prevalent figures in leadership during this time. Even before the creation of parties, there were strong feelings. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Everson, David H., American political parties. New York: New Viewpoints, © (OCoLC)
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"In Understanding American Political Parties Jeffrey Stonecash has combined a coherent theoretical presentation with a clear exposition of the party literature and a rare sense of the realities of practical politics.
This is an excellent contribution to the discipline." ―Gerald M. Pomper, Board of Governors Professor of Political Science (Emeritus), Rutgers University/5(2).
The culmination of a lifetime of reflection on American politics, The Life of the Parties carries authority not least because Reichley himself was a practitioner of the art of government. Combining a truly rare knowledge of political history, a keen eye for telling detail, and a wealth of fresh and original research, he provides us not only Cited by: 9.
58 rows Third Parties in American Politics. Ness, Immanuel; Ciment, James (). The. This epic list of 50 must-read books about American politics explores topics from a broad range of voices and perspectives, from feminism to fascism, parties to polling, and tribalism to globalism.
These 50 best books should help you get up to speed with American politics. The ALL NEW Don’t Think of an Elephant!:Author: Sarah S. Davis. Political Parties in America There were two original national parties in the United States, the Federalist Party and the Democratic-Republican Party.
The ideals of the Democratic Republicans, which were opposed to those of the Federalist Party, were known as Jeffersonian democracy and were largely based on faith in the virtue and ability of the. 2. Bernard Bailyn, The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution ().
Bailyn’s book, now a classic of early American history, was written in reaction to Progressive historians who Author: Colin Moore. Book > Textbooks > American Political Parties Expedited access to textbooks and digital content Instructors: Due to the COVID pandemic and in support of your transition to online learning, requests for complimentary review copies of our textbooks will be fulfilled through our eBooks partner, VitalSource.
American Political Science Review is political science's premier scholarly research journal, providing peer-reviewed articles and review essays from subfields throughout the discipline. Areas covered include political theory, American politics, public policy, public administration, comparative politics, and international relations.
The Life of the Parties: A History of American Political Parties is a comprehensive look at the history of political parties in America from its founding to the modern day. Author James Reichley chronicles Americas party system from its beginnings as a loose coalition of society clubs to a highly structured and regimented system of interconnected city, state, and national party /5.
Political parties in the United States are dominated by two major parties. Since the s, they have been the Democratic Party and the Republican two-party system is based on laws, party rules and custom. Various small minor parties come and go and occasionally win minor offices at the state and local level.
Political parties are enduring organizations under whose labels candidates seek and hold elective offices.  Parties develop and implement rules governing elections. They help organize government leadership.  Political parties have been likened to public utilities, such as water and power companies, because they provide vital services for a democracy.
Political parties play an important role in politics today. Whereas observers like the Washington Post’s David Broder could write a book in with the title The Party’s Over, such eulogies were ed to the s, party organizations today are larger, farther reaching, and better financed.
Political parties are one of the core institutions of democracy. But in democracies around the world—rich and poor, Western and non-Western—there is growing evidence of low or declining public confidence in parties. In membership, organization, and popular involvement and commitment, political parties are not what they used to be.
Political parties are enduring and adaptive institutions whose organization and functions change in response to different political and historical D. Epstein, Political Parties in the American Mold (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, ).
The two major American political parties, the Republicans and the Democrats, each. Washington's Nightmare: A Brief History of American Political Parties With a modern political landscape thoroughly dominated by two seemingly all-powerful political parties, it might be hard to imagine that it hasn't always been this way - that Am.
The Invention of the American Political Parties. Roy Franklin Nichols. Macmillan, - Political parties - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book.
What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. CENTURIEs of EvoluTION. 1: VIRGINIAN ORIGINs I. United States - United States - Political parties: The United States has two major national political parties, the Democratic Party and the Republican Party.
Although the parties contest presidential elections every four years and have national party organizations, between elections they are often little more than loose alliances of state and local party organizations. A former candidate for Congress, Maisel is the author or editor of 15 books on political parties and elections and is a frequent commentator on contemporary politics.
Table of Contents 1 The context of American elections and political parties. A Brief History of American Political Parties One will be making a wrong assumption to believe that the political parties we hear and see today just sprang and start existing in a parties have come a long way and definitely have where they are coming from and where they are this essay, I will attempt a brief and concise of.
A New Book on the American Political Divide Calls, Unconvincingly, for Civility The authors of Polarized are thoughtful exemplars of a lost ethic who care more about commonality than victory. The book’s opening chapters analyze the circumstances conducive to the emergence of strong political parties and the changing balance between parties and bureaucracies in Europe and America.
The middle chapters discuss the organization and exclusion of the American working classes by machine and reform regimes. Unique to this book is a detailed breakdown of the evolution of political parties from to the current era.
Jackson explains how the reform era came to be, as well as how it. A timely analysis of political parties in the United States from to the present.
It is little known that political parties were seen in the United States as deleterious to civil society by the founding fathers. This book revisits the viewpoints expressed by the founding fathers about political :