6 edition of The evolution of political parties, campaigns, and elections found in the catalog.
The evolution of political parties, campaigns, and elections
|Statement||Randall E. Adkins, editor.|
|Contributions||Adkins, Randall E.|
|LC Classifications||E183 .E86 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 360 p. :|
|Number of Pages||360|
|LC Control Number||2007050648|
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Adkins.Elections; Campaigns and Voting; Direct Democracy; Chapter 8: The Media. Introduction; What Is the Media? The Evolution of the Media; Regulating the Media; The Impact of the Media; Chapter 9: Political Parties.
Introduction; What Are Parties and How Did They Form? The Two-Party System; The Shape of Modern Political Parties; Divided Government.This book, a study of campaign management and elections, marries academic wisdom and the practical knowledge of professional political consultants, although the two worlds rarely overlap.
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