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- Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2009; US$ 15.95
In 2004, journalist Bill Bishop coined the term "the big sort." Armed with startling new demographic data, he made national news in a series of articles showing how Americans have been sorting themselves into alarmingly homogeneous communities -- not by region or by state, but by city and even neighborhood. Over the past three decades, we have been... more...
- New York Review Books 2012; US$ 15.95
1968. The Vietnam War was raging. President Lyndon Johnson, facing a challenge in his own Democratic Party from the maverick antiwar candidate Eugene McCarthy, announced that he would not seek a second term. In April, Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated and riots broke out in inner cities throughout America. Bobby Kennedy was killed after ... more...
- Oxford University Press 2011; US$ 39.99
Is the party over? Parties are the central institutions of representative democracy, but critics increasingly claim that parties are failing to perform their democratic functions. This book assembles unprecedented cross-national evidence to assess how parties link the individual citizen to the formation of governments and then to government policies.... more...
- Oxford University Press, USA 2002; US$ 44.99
Do politicians listen to the public? How often and when? Or are the views of the public manipulated or used strategically by political and economic elites? Navigating Public Opinion brings together leading scholars of American politics to assess and debate these questions. It describes how the relationship between opinion and policy has changed over... more...
- Biteback Publishing 2014; US$ 10.19
The Conservative Party wants to win the 2015 general election with an outright majority. But what should be the party?s purpose in government? In this unique guide, Conservative MP Nick Herbert explores the values that have ensured the party?s success for the better part of the last hundred years, and sets out how they should be applied to build another... more...
- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2014; US$ 26.95
Yahoo's †national political columnist and the f ormer chief political correspondent for† The New York Times Magazine †brilliantly revisits the Gary Hart affair and looks at how it changed forever the intersection of American media and politics. In 1987, Gary Hart-articulate, dashing, refreshingly progressive-seemed a shoo-in for the Democratic... more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2010; US$ 105.00
Gender quotas are a growing worldwide phenomenon, yet their variable implementation remains under-researched. Using the prominent case study of France this book approaches quotas from the perspective of the key actors responsible for them ? political parties. more...
- Biteback Publishing 2014; US$ 10.19
Will the 2015 general election herald the return of a Labour-dominated government? Could another coalition be on the cards with a rival party, or will the Labour Party be doomed to remain in opposition for another term? In this concise and authoritative guide, Dan Jarvis MP brings together a cast of Labour?s brightest and best to explain how the Labour... more...
- Free Press 2000; US$ 18.95
Twice in the past generation, the Republican party has proclaimed a "revolution" in American politics. In 1980, Ronald Reagan won a landslide victory on a platform of tax cuts, smaller government, and a stronger defense. And in 1994, Newt Gingrich took up the revolutionary mantle, tossing out the Democratic Congress and proclaiming the end of "business... more...