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The Political Party Matrix
The Political Party Matrix (April 2001)
The Persistence of Organization
J. P. Monroe - Author

Argues that the political party remains an institution whose primary purpose is to allow elites to coordinate their activities in the political area.

The Political Party Matrix
focuses on the organizational life of the party as it emerges through the collaboration of elected officials. Monroe argues that, rather than experiencing an institutional or bureaucratic rebirth, the parties remain what they have always been: ...(Read More)
 
 
Political Parties and the Collapse of the Old Orders
Political Parties and the Collapse of the Old Orders (January 1999)
John Kenneth White - Editor
Philip John Davies - Editor

Addresses the altered states of political parties and politics in the post-Cold War era.

With the passage of the Cold War, political parties in nearly every corner of the globe have undergone a vast upheaval. Old ideas have become obsolete, electoral maps have been redrawn, party structures have been rebuilt, and new leaders have emerged. Political Parties and the Collapse of the Old Orders describes these changes using several ...(Read More)
 
 
Representation in Crisis
Representation in Crisis (July 1996)
The Constitution, Interest Groups, and Political Parties
David K. Ryden - Author

Details how the Supreme Court has impoverished the constitutional standing of political parties, thereby contributing to a crisis of representation.

Confronting a fundamentally important but often neglected reality in American politics, this book shows the powerful influence of the courts in determining the shape and operation of our politics. The author exhaustively details how the Supreme Court has impoverished the co...(Read More)
 
 
Transforming Democracy
Transforming Democracy (August 1995)
Legislative Campaign Committees and Political Parties
Daniel M. Shea - Author

Examines the emergence of state-level legislative campaign committees in the U. S., which are quickly becoming the dominant force in state politics, and explores their relationship with traditional party organizations.
This book examines the emergence of state-level legislative campaign committees (LCCs) and their relationship with traditional political party organizations. Now found in 40 states, LCCs provide extensive campaign services ...(Read More)
 
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