Analyzes the history of legislative party switching and its regulation in the Israeli Knesset.
This political memoir exposes the weaknesses of democratic culture in the United States and suggests ways to strengthen it in the face of rising authoritarianism.
Original and comprehensive examination of Chilean political and economic development since the end of the Pinochet military regime in 1990.
Shows how Israeli Communists developed a distinctive national identity outside the boundaries of Zionism.
Analyzes long-term interest group/party alliances, with a focus on the part played by federal advisory committees.
Uncovers the politics involved when a city recruits and implements a presidential convention.
Indicates how the rightward shift in the ideology of House Republicans has been mistaken for a broader "polarization" of both parties as well as voters.
Demonstrates how local political parties have retained a role of critical importance in American politics.
Seeks to understand and explain the behavior of party elites during the 2008 Democratic Party presidential race.
Chronicles changes in American political party behavior between 1996 and 2008.
Examines how the president balances the competing demands of leading his political party and leading the nation.
Examines existing models of political party transformation and tests them using data from fifteen European countries.
Chronicles how the SED, a once villified political party, transformed itself into a viable national political party.
Systematically illustrates the inescapable racism of American conservatism.
Recounts the shift towards conservatism in New York’s Republican Party in the 1960s and 1970s.
Documents the ever-larger sums donated by incumbent members of Congress to their parties and other candidates, and discusses the consequences.
Milton Cummings, Everett Ladd, David Mayhew, Gerald Pomper, and Harvey Schantz analyze presidential elections over the sweep of American history and examine their impact on political parties, public policy, and society.