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Storming The State House

Author : Mike Hubbard
ISBN : 9781603061179
Genre : Political Science
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Storming the State House provides a revealing, behind-the-scenes look into the campaign that elected Alabama’s first Republican legislature in modern history and liberated the state from 136 years of Democrat Party rule. Written by Speaker of the House Mike Hubbard, it is a battlefield account by the architect of the Republican takeover, whose vision and partisan vigor directly led to the GOP tsunami that hit Alabama in November 2010.
Category: Political Science


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ISBN : PSU:000058952740
Genre : United States
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Category: United States

The State And The Mass Media In Japan 1918 1945

Author : Gregory J. Kasza
ISBN : 0520913795
Genre : History
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Gregory Kasza examines state-society relations in interwar Japan through a case study of public policy toward radio, film, newspapers, and magazines.
Category: History

Voting At The Political Fault Line

Author : University of California, Berkeley
ISBN : 0520228332
Genre : History
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"This is the most important and impressive collection of original research available on California's blanket primary. Its discussion of open primaries and crossover voting raises provocative issues which loom large. The findings are impressive."--Max Neiman, author of Defending Government: Why Big Government Works "Cain and Gerber have assembled a stellar cast of scholars to consider the impact of the blanket primary and important electoral change in California's politics. This is a very important book for anybody who wants to understand how institutions shape political incentives."--Bernard Grofman, author of Minority Representation and the Quest for Voting Equality "When Californians passed Proposition 198, they also provided a national stage on which the nature of state elections in general was placed in the spotlight. Cain and Gerber's Voting at the Political Fault Line is an intelligent compilation of work and assessments of the rumblings that followed and the longer-term consequences that are likely to be debated over the nature of primary elections. Its no-nonsense style and reliance on sophisticated empirical analysis highlight some counterintuitive results and illustrate highly creative applications of social science methods."--Max Neiman, author of Defending Government: Why Big Government Works
Category: History