The Building of a Bifactional Structure: The Democrats in the 1940s
Howard L. Reiter examines the development of the north-south split within the Democratic party in the United States and dates it from the era of the New Deal. He emphasizes the interplay of economics and race as causal factors, concluding that cohort replacement was the means by which the congressional party changed.
The End of Politics: Corporate Power and the Decline of the Public Sphere, Carl Boggs Reviewed by Howard L. Reiter
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North Korea and the West
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