The Political Culture of the Democratic and Republican Parties
Jo Freeman argues that despite the many similarities in external forms of the Democratic and Republican national parties, there are significant differences in various aspects of their political culture such as legitimacy and representation, organizational style attitudes towards dissent and disloyalty, means of maintaining cohesion, and response to the demands of new groups.
Political Woman, Melville Currell
Reviewed by Jo Freeman
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