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Beginning with a discussion of the creation of the U.S. government to the formation of today's political powerhouses, Jackson provides a narrative sweep of American party history like none other. Unique to this book is a detailed breakdown of the evolution of political parties Pages: The American Political Party System Continuity and Change Over Ten Presidential Elections By John S. Jackson Octo From party polarization, elections, and internal party politics. The American Political Party System: Continuity and Change Over Ten Presidential Elections by John S. Jackson. From party polarization, elections, and internal party politics, to the evolution of the U.S. presidency, John S. Jackson's new book has something for everyone interested in American politics. Transformations of the American Party System book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Political Coalitions from the New Deal to the /5.
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