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Title Controversial issues in presidential selection / Gary L. Rose, editor.
Imprint Albany : State University of New York Press, [1994]
©1994
Edition Second edition.

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Series SUNY series on the presidency
SUNY series in the presidency.
Subject Presidents -- United States -- Election.
Presidents -- United States -- Nomination.
Alt Name Rose, Gary L., 1951-
Description 1 online resource (xvi, 358 pages).
Edition Second edition.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 335-342) and index.
Contents A presidential selection process in crisis / G.L. Rose -- Is it time for a new presidential nominating process? / T.E. Cronin, R.D. Loevy, E.C. Ladd -- Are brokered conventions desirable? / E.H. Buell, Jr., J.F. Bibby -- Should vice-presidential candidates be selected from the also-ran category? / J.K. White, L. Jones -- Do the media inform? / D.A. Graber, R.D. Loevy -- Should campaign commercials be regulated? / J.F. Hale, M.R. Just -- Is public financing of presidential elections a desirable policy? / F.J. Sorauf, M. McConnell -- Should presidential debates be required? / W.E. Carroll, J.I. Lengle, D.C. Lambert -- Should the Electoral College be abolished? / L.D. Longley, R.D. Brown -- Is the motor-voter bill desirable? / H.F. Weisberg, W. Parent -- Is it time for a third major party in American politics? / T.J. Lowi, M.M. Conway -- Should political parties govern the presidential selection process? / W.W. Shannon, A.J. Cigler -- Conclusion / G.L. Rose.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 0585033307 (electronic bk.)
9780585033303 (electronic bk.)
0791419355
0791419363
OCLC # 42854502
Additional Format Print version: Controversial issues in presidential selection. 2nd ed. Albany : State University of New York Press, ©1994 0791419355 (DLC) 93005713 (OCoLC)28495544
Table of Contents
 Preface 
 Introduction: A Presidential Selection Process in Crisis / Gary L. Rose1
Ch. 1Is It Time for a New Presidential Nominating Process?27
  Yes / Thomas E. Cronin, Robert D. Loevy28
  No / Everett Carll Ladd37
Ch. 2Are Brokered Conventions Desirable?47
  Yes / Emmett H. Buell, Jr.49
  No / John F. Bibby67
Ch. 3Should Vice-Presidential Candidates Be Selected from the Also-Ran Category?77
  Yes / John Kenneth White79
  No / Landis Jones91
Ch. 4Do the Media Inform?105
  Yes / Doris A. Graber107
  No / Robert D. Loevy118
Ch. 5Should Campaign Commercials Be Regulated?129
  Yes / Jon F. Hale130
  No / Marion R. Just138
Ch. 6Is Public Financing of Presidential Elections a Desirable Policy?149
  Yes / Frank J. Sorauf151
  No / Mitch McConnell161
Ch. 7Should Presidential Debates Be Required?173
  Yes / William E. Carroll174
  No / James I. Lengle, Dianne C. Lambert187
Ch. 8Should the Electoral College Be Abolished?199
  Yes / Lawrence D. Longley200
  No / Robert D. Brown212
Ch. 9Is the Motor-Voter Bill Desirable?223
  Yes / Herbert F. Weisberg224
  No / Wayne Parent234
Ch. 10Is It Time for a Third Major Party in American Politics?241
  Yes / Theodore J. Lowi243
  No / M. Margaret Conway251
Ch. 11Should Political Parties Govern the Presidential Selection Process?259
  Yes / W. Wayne Shannon261
  No / Allan J. Cigler279
 Conclusion / Gary L. Rose293
 Notes297
 Suggested Bibliography335
 Contributors343
 Index351