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Chapter One THE PROBLEM OF POLITICAL PARTIES
A SURVEY OF WRITINGS
Chapter Three PARTY BASES
A. N. Holcombe action agency approach association basic behavior Berelson calculated control candidate cent chapter characteristics common Communist concept David Truman Democratic Party developed discussion distinctive distinguish doctrine Eisenhower election electorate elements Elmira study emphasize entity Erie County example existence factors Henry Jones Ford Herbert Tingsten Ibid identifiable important inquiry institution interest issues kind Lazarsfeld leaders loyalty Lubell major Maurice Duverger method Michigan study nature of party Negroes nondoctrinal officialdom officials organization organizational partisan partisanship party adherence party bases party considerations party function party identification party influence party label party phenomenon party system party vote party workers pattern Paul Lazarsfeld perceived unit perception persons political parties position possible problem qualities question reference relation remote environment Republican Party role roll-call votes seems social formation structural study of party suggests tend tendency tion uncalculated V. O. Key voters