Consequences of Party Reform
Oxford University Press, 1983 - Political parties - 267 pages
Assesses what effect the Democratic reforms of 1968 have had on American politics and suggests practical changes that could improve current political practices.
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The Party Reforms and How They Grew
The Transformation of 1968
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