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Bringing back the parties

Author: David Eugene Price
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : CQ Press, ©1984.
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Price, David Eugene.
Bringing back the parties.
Washington, D.C. : CQ Press, ©1984
(OCoLC)607354606
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Eugene Price
ISBN: 0871873044 9780871873040
OCLC Number: 10229328
Description: xiv, 314 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. Parties and the public :Party realignments :Historical watersheds ; Realignment overdue? ; Implications of 1980.The decline of party allegiance :Party identification ; Parties and voting ; Attitudes toward the parties --2. Party organizations :Party at the grass roots : Local organizations ; Styles of partisan participation.State and national organizations :State parties ; National party organizations ; Party “nationalization” --3. The parties in government :The congressional parties :Party voting ; The electoral context ; Parceling out power ; Party roles and resources.The web of party :President and congress: the party connection ; An apartisan presidency.A note on state government : Parties and the legislatures ; Governors and the web of party --4. The place of the party :Evolution of the party idea :From Washington to Van Buren ; The two faces of progressivism ; The modern “responsible party” debate.Making a case for parties :Parties as instruments of democratic control ; Parties as mediating institutions ; Parties as instruments of governance --5. Parties and the law :Party strength ; Election law :Laws affecting the party role in nominations and elections ; Laws affecting party cohesion in government.The parties and national law :Constitutional constraints ; The judicial defense of party --6. Presidential nomination and party reform :Reform in the democratic party :The McGovern-Fraser commission ; Post-1972 adjustments ; The Winograd commission.Republican reforms ; The hunt commission :Affirmative action and equal division ; Party leaders and elected officials ; Proportional representation’s demise ; Candidate control ; The “window” reconsidered ; Unfinished business ; An improved process? --
7. Presidential nomination and party strength :Who participates? :Trends since 1968 ; A “representative” convention? ; Participation and party strength ; The role of public and party officials.The proliferation of primaries :Primaries and reform ; Primaries and party strength.The character of the convention :Candidates and delegates ; The fair reflection of preferences.Timing :Recent trends ; The parties’ interest --8. The parties and political finance :Regulating campaign finance :The FECA and the parties ; Party fund raising ; PACs and independent expenditures ; Campaign finance and state parties.Refining the law --9. Parties and policy :Instruments of policy formulation :Early policy committees ; Two landmark efforts ; Modern policy councils ; Recent democratic experience ; Midterm party conferences ; The congressional parties ; Parties platforms.Policy development and party renewal :Think-tank proliferation ; Candidates and “new ideas.”
Responsibility: David E. Price.

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