Political experience lection solution
Please tally briefly to each investigation and reckon your solutions.
What incentives do politicians bear to accompany parties, rather than incline and command as independents?
What is the variety between a “weak” edge and a “strong” edge?
Were American parties sound or spiritless in the 1950s and 1960s? Are parties sounder, spiritlesser, or encircling the similar today?
What is “racial realignment”? How has it radical the commutation of American parties gone the 1950s and 1960s?
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Textbook, Chapter 5: Parties and Leaders
Reader, Chapter 15: “Setting the Agenda” (by Cox & McCubbins)
Hetherington, M. J. (2009). Review article: Putting polarization in perspective. British Journal of Political Experience, 39(2), 413–448.
Malone, Clare. “The Republican Choice.” June 24, 2020. https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/the-republican-choice/
Textbook, Chapter 12: Congress and Budget Politics
Reader, Chapter 38: “Appropriation in the Republican Era” (by Evans)