Electoral change and stability in American political history
Contributor(s): Allen, Howard W | Clubb, Jerome M.Material type: BookPublisher: New York Free Press 1971Description: xix,267p. illus. 21 cm.Subject(s): Political parties -- United States -- History | Elections -- United States -- HistoryDDC classification: 324.73
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Includes bibliographical references.
Revolt of the city, by S. Lubell.--A theory of critical elections, by V. O. Key, Jr.--Critical elections in Illinois: 1888-1958, by D. Macrae, Jr., and J. A. Meldrum.--The development of party identification, by A. Campbell, and others.--A classification of the Presidential elections, by A. Campbell.--American political parties and the rise of the city: an introduction, by C. N. Degler.--The equilibrium cycle in two-party politics, by C. Sellers.--Classification of Presidential elections, by G. Pomper.--Was 1928 a critical election in California? By J. L. Shover.--The cities and the election of the 1928: partisan realignment? By J. M. Clubb and H. W. Allen.