1996 Vote: The "No Majority" Realignment Continues
Everett Carll Ladd analyzes the 1996 presidential and congressional elections and finds continuities with other contests of the so called postindustrial era. Party ties are weak for a large and growing segment of the population so that neither the Republicans nor the Democrats have been able to become a long-term dominant majority. From this condition of unanchored voters emerges divided government and powerful splits along race, region, religion, and gender in ways without precedent.
The 1994 Congressional Elections: The Postindustrial Realignment Continues, Everett Carll Ladd
The 1992 Vote for President Clinton: Another Brittle Mandate?, Everett Carll Ladd
The 1988 Elections: Continuation of The Post-New Deal System, Everett Carll Ladd
Party Reform and the Public Interest, Everett Carll Laddmore by this author
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