John C. Green and Rick Farmer
Every four years, The State of the Parties brings readers up to date on political party action in election years and in-between. The fourth edition of this essential party primer includes: The first report on the midterm elections of 2002, a whole new part on national party finances, twelve new chapters covering topics ranging from party web sites, to political consultants, to state-level party activity, and thoroughly revised anchor chapters including a recast argument, by Theodore J. Lowi, for a more responsible three party system. The growing sophistication of party politics is the theme of this new edition, a theme sure to be played out in the elections of 2004.
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