Change and Continuity in American Politics

Change and Continuity in American Politics
Author : David Knoke
Publisher : Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press
Total Pages : 192
Release : 1976
ISBN 10 : UOM:49015000387127
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Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Change and Continuity in American Politics Book Description:

Basing his discussion on analyses of national surveys in presidential-election years from 1952 to 1972, the author describes the social-group composition of political parties and persistent religious, racial, regional, and socioeconomic cleavages


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