American Political Parties and Constitutional Politics
To address the growing concern about the decline of political parties in American politics and the consequences this might have for America's constitutional democracy, the twelve leading constitutional scholars who contribute to this volume examine the purposes of political parties in America's constitutional order, each major party's strongest recent manifestation-the Democrat's New Deal coalition and the Republican's Reagan coalition, and the future of the American party system. Sponsored by the John M. Ashbrook Center for Public Affairs.
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POLITICAL PARTIES AND AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONALISM
POLITICAL PARTIES AND THE AMERICAN FOUNDING
LINCOLN AND THE REPUBLICAN REALIGNMENT
IMPROVING THE PERFORMANCE OF AMERICAN POLITICAL PARTIES
POLITICAL PARTIES ACROSS THE SEPARATION OF POWERS
THE POST NEW DEAL DEMOCRATIC PARTY
THE NEW DEAL PARTY POLITICS AND THE ADMINISTRATIVE STATE
THE NEW DEAL REVALUATION OF PARTISANSHIP
POLITICAL PARTIES AND THE NEW DEAL
POLITICAL PARTIES THE CONSTITUTION AND THE FUTURE OF AMERICAN POLITICS
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