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Independents rising : outsider movements, third parties, and the struggle for post-partisan America

Author: Jacqueline Salit
Publisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"As today's Tea Party movement demonstrates, Republicans and Democrats are out of touch with a huge section of the electorate. Despite two-party dominance in Washington, a full 38 percent of Americans identify themselves as independents who hold no allegiance to either the Democrats or the Republicans. Yet, as large as this group has become, they are only vaguely understood. Independent insider Jacqueline Salit  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jacqueline Salit
ISBN: 9780230339125 0230339123
OCLC Number: 760974931
Description: xiii, 238 pages ; 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.

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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  Read more...
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