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Politics in New Mexico,

Author: Jack E Holmes
Publisher: Albuquerque] University of New Mexico Press, 1967.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Holmes, Jack Ellsworth.
Politics in New Mexico.
Albuquerque] University of New Mexico Press, 1967
(OCoLC)575121259
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jack E Holmes
OCLC Number: 1014145
Description: ii, 335 pages illustrations 25 cm
Contents: One. People, places, and party balance. Governor, president, and legislature in the framework of statewide voting --
The physical environment --
Growth, characteristics, and shifts of population --
Early sectional components in the measure of political change and third-party politics --
Two. The political acculturation of Hispanic New Mexico. Political culture or ethnic politics? --
The institutional roots of political skills --
The Constitution, and other measures of political skills --
Hispanic minorities and democratic partisanship --
Three. Little Texas and Los Alamos, urbanites and Indians. Roots of a flixible one-party politics in the East Side's Little Texas --
Scientists and bureaucrats at home on the range --
Indian pathways to politics --
Main Street and small business --
New Mexico's two-party blending of the groups and issues of politics --
Four. The course and measure of levels of party combat. Trends and variations in regional and county voting patterns --
Correspondence and divergence in national and local politics --
From Alfred Smith to John Kennedy: the measure of political change --
Party balance, secular change, and variability of the vote --
Five. Party and factional organization, 1900-1934. The base and shift of the party balance --
Organizational and voting base of Republican power --
The Democrats: from opposition to majority --
Bi-party factionalism and destruction of the Republican Old Guard --
Electoral factions and the destruction of party --
Six. Republican party-government, 1900-1930. The Old Guard: bridge of private and public interests --
The subordination of governors --
Party and legislature --
Party aims and party government --
Seven. One-party government, and the advent of the primary. Party leadership and the new bases of party strength --
The recasting of policy --
Instruments of gubernatorial and party control --
Regional and factional roots of the primary --
Eight. Electoral and legislative systems, and the conduct of government, 1940-1965 --
Nominating systems: institutional limits and effects --
Electroate and intraparty politics --
Legislative autonomy --
Nine. Patterns of political and governmental change. Stable groups and flexible politics --
Accomodation and change in the electoral system --
The legislative system: dependent variable --
Postlude and prelude.
Responsibility: by Jack E. Holmes.

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