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Party and government by party

by William Glen Moncrieff

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Published by Copp, Clark in Toronto .
Written in English


Edition Notes

RBSC copy: With microfilm duplicate (mfm. dup. 0171). Due to fragile condition of the original, researchers can only view the mfm. copy

The Physical Object
Pagination76 p.
Number of Pages76
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24648631M
OCLC/WorldCa54129714

Communist party, in the United States, political party that espoused the Marxist-Leninist principles of communism. Origins The first Communist parties in the United States were founded in by dissident factions of the Socialist party. 2. Led by Abraham Lincoln, the Republican Party emerged as the most dynamic antislavery party. In the critical election of , the Republicans elected Lincoln, thus becoming the only party in American history to make the transition from minor party to major party status. 3.

Burke, however, was an early champion of the party system in Britain and made his arguments with a clear-eyed realism. In Statesmanship and Party Government, Mansfield provides a skillful evaluation of Burke’s writings and sheds light present-day party politics through a profound understanding of the historical background of the their inception. Regulation. The freedom to form, declare membership in, or campaign for candidates from a political party is considered a measurement of a state's adherence to liberal democracy as a political value. Regulation of parties may run from a crackdown on or repression of all opposition parties, a norm for authoritarian governments.

Since the original edition of Dynamics of the Party System was published in , American politics have continued on a tumultuous course. In the vacuum left by the decline of the Democratic and. government," then in "subcommittee government." Party government usually received mention only as something conspicuously absent. This book reevaluates the role of parties and committees, and the interactions between them, in the post-World War II House of Representatives. Our view is that parties in the House--File Size: 2MB.


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