Whither the American Party System?
JAMES SUNDQUIST offers his explanation of the shifts in the basic strength of the Democratic and Republican parties over the past 40 years. Looking ahead he anticipates not an inevitable disintegration of the party system, but a reversal of the current trend toward political independence and a rebirth and reinforcement of party loyalties along lines of cleavage resembling those of the New Deal era.
Beyond the Liberal Consensus: A Political History of the United States since 1965, Ivan W. Morgan Reviewed by James L. Sundquist
Chain Reaction: The Impact of Race, Rights, and Taxes on American Politics, Thomas Byrne Edsall and Mary D. Edsall Reviewed by James L. Sundquist
Politics and Vision: The ADA and American Liberalism, 1947-1985, Steven M. Gillon Reviewed by James L. Sundquist
Has America Lost its Social Conscience--And How Will it Get it Back?, James L. Sundquistmore by this author
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