Regional Receptivity to Reform: The Legacy of the Progressive Era
MARTIN SHEFIER analyzes why patronage plays a larger role in the politics of cities and states in the Northeast than in those of the West. He contends that the structure of the late nineteenth century party system had a different impact on the ability of reformers in these two regions to overturn the patronage system.
Sectionalism in American Political Development, 1880-1980, Richard Franklin Bensel Reviewed by Martin Shefter
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