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|Description:||xiii, 238 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||1992 : a year of awkward contradictions --
Populism vs. centrism : the complicated birth of a third party --
Against ideology : the right wing's brief encounter with the independent movement --
From party building to anti-party building --
Bloomberg's dilemma, part 1 --
The power of fusion --
Bloomberg's dilemma, part 2 --
The parties vs. the people --
Black America and independent politics --
Up for grabs.
|Responsibility:||by Jacqueline Salit.|
Jacqueline Salit argues that over the last thirty years, an increasing number of Americans have come to feel disenfranchised and shows how independent voters too often underestimate their own political power, and offers a blueprint for how groups across the country can make their voices and issues heard.
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- Political parties -- United States.
- Third parties (United States politics)
- United States -- Politics and government.
- POLITICAL SCIENCE / History & Theory.
- POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Ideologies / Conservatism & Liberalism.
- Party affiliation.
- Political parties.
- Political science.
- United States.