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Author: Seymour Martin Lipset,David S. Broder
ISBN: 0917616456
Pages: 464 pages
Publisher: Transaction Publishers (January 1, 1981)
Language: English
Category: Humanities
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e-Book Party Coalitions in the 1980s epub download

by Seymour Martin Lipset,David S. Broder



These reflections by David S. Broder in the introduction to Party Coalitions in the 1980s are .

These reflections by David S. Broder in the introduction to Party Coalitions in the 1980s are echoed in the essays of the twenty-one scholars, party leaders, and candidates in the volume. This book presents a detailed and lively discussion of the past history, present significance, and future implications of coalitions in the American two-party political system. Seymour Martin Lipset was an American political sociologist, a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, and the Hazel Professor of Public Policy at George Mason University. Broder in the introduction to Party Coalitions in the 1980s are echoed in the essays of the twenty-one scholars, party leaders, and . has been added to your Cart. Patrick H. Caddell observed that "Reagan has skillfully huddled a variety of conservative program and issue initiatives under the umbrella of'economic revitalization has been added to your Cart.

Seymour Martin Lipset (March 18, 1922 – December 31, 2006) was an American sociologist. His major work was in the fields of political sociology, trade union organization, social stratification, public opinion, and the sociology of intellectual life. He also wrote extensively about the conditions for democracy in comparative perspective. A socialist in his early life, Lipset later moved to the right, and was often considered a neoconservative. Broder in the introduction to Party Coalitions in the 1980s are echoed in the essays of the twenty-one scholars, party leaders, and candidates in. .Books related to Party Coalitions in the 1980s. Caddell observed that "Reagan has skillfully huddled a variety of conservative program and issue initiatives under the umbrella of'economic revitalization. Broder in the . Caddell observed that "Reagan has skillfully huddled a variety of conservative program and issue initiatives under the umbrella of 'economic revitalization.

Party Coalitions in the 1980s. San Francisco: Institute for Contemporary Studies, 1981.

Seymour Martin Lipset. Seymour Martin Lipset. Political Parties in the American Mold. In this paper I discuss the factors and processes affecting the prospects for the of democracy throughout the world. I survey cultural and economic variables, religious traditions, various electoral systems, the importance of a participatory civil society, and the methods through which political parties should be structured to maintain stability. From my work on my doctoral dissertation (Lipset 1950, 1968) down to the present, I have been interested in the problem of American exceptionalism.

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“The election of 1980 did more than break the Democrats’ control of the White House and Congress. It also shattered some important assumptions about the character of our voting coalitions and the condition of our political parties. It opened some possibilities for the remainder of the century that had not been there before.” These reflections by David S. Broder in the introduction to Party Coalitions in the 1980s are echoed in the essays of the twenty-one scholars, party leaders, and candidates in the volume.

This book presents a detailed and lively discussion of the past history, present significance, and future implications of coalitions in the American two-party political system. Patrick H. Caddell observed that “Reagan has skillfully huddled a variety of conservative program and issue initiatives under the umbrella of ‘economic revitalization.’” In that vein, Richard B. Wirthlin argued that “the 1980 presidential election should be viewed as a major … opportunity to redraft the policy agenda of this country.” Realizing that change is one of the few constants in politics, Lipset and his colleagues set forth strategies and guideposts for Republicans and Democrats who sought to build winning coalitions for the elections of the 1980s.

Contents and Contributors: Seymour Martin Lipset, "Party Coalitions and the 1980 Election"; S.l. Hayakawa, "The Two-Party System"; Richard Jensen, "Party Coalitions and the Search for Modern Values"; Paul Kleppner, "Coalitional and Party Transformation in the 1890s"; Jerome M. Clubb, "Party Coalitions in the Early Twentieth Century"; Everett Carll Ladd, "The Shifting Party Coalitions"; Nelson W. Polsby, "Coalition and Faction in American Politics"; William Schneider, "Democrats and Republicans, Liberals and Conservatives"; E.J. Dionne, Jr., "Catholics and Democrats"; Alan M. Fisher, "Jewish Political Shift?"; Martin P. Wattenburg and Arthur H. Miller, "Decay in Party Coalitions"; Richard B. Wirthlin, "The Republican, Strategy and Its Electoral Consequences"; Patrick Caddell, "The Democratic Strategy and Electoral Consequences"; John B. Anderson, "Developing a 'Grand Coalition"'; Walter Dean Burnham, "Toward Confrontation?"; Michael Harrington, "The Prospects for Reaganomics"; Howard Phillips, "More Independent Presidential Candidacies?"; Norman Podhoretz, "The New American Majority"; Richard M. Scammon, "The Republican Prospects"; Seymour Martin Lipset, "The American Party System."