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Title Parties and politics in American history : a reader / edited by L. Sandy Maisel and William G. Shade.
Imprint New York : Garland, [1994]

Series Garland reference library of the humanities ; v. 1724
Garland reference library of the humanities ; v. 1724.
Subject Political parties -- United States -- History.
United States -- Politics and government.
Alt Name Maisel, Louis Sandy, 1945-
Shade, William G.
Description xiv, 278 pages ; 23 cm.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN 0815316909 (acid-free paper)
0815313233 (pbk.)
OCLC # 30033930
Table of Contents
 About This Reader 
 Introduction: Elections, Parties, and the Stages of American Political Development / William. G. Shade1
Ch. 1Republicanism and the First American Party System / Richard Beeman27
Ch. 2The Jacksonian Party System / William G. Shade43
Ch. 3Formation of the Republican Party / William E. Gienapp59
Ch. 4Party Organization in Nineteenth-Century America / Joel H. Silbey83
Ch. 5Legislative Government in the United States Congress, 1800-1900 / Allan G. Bogue105
Ch. 6Urban Political Machines / William Crotty131
Ch. 7The Fourth Party System and Progressive Politics / Samuel T. McSeveney157
Ch. 8The Party System in the United States House of Representatives / David W. Brady, John Ettling179
Ch. 9Partisanship and Group Support over Time / Harold W. Stanley, Richard G. Niemi201
Ch. 10Dealignment in the American Electorate / Martin P. Wattenberg225
Ch. 11Party Organization in Historical Perspective / David R. Mayhew241
Ch. 12Political Parties in a Nonparty Era: Adapting to a New Role / L. Sandy Maisel259

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