Representation in Crisis: The Constitution, Interest Groups, and Political Parties

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INDEX
Alexander, Herbert, 250n
Anderson v. Celebrezze, 150-152
association, right of, 153-160, 222n, 224n
and independent voters, 150-151
and party organization, 155-158
and political patronage, 167-168, 172
in ballot access cases, 145
in context of campaign finance regulation, 101
in party primaries, 153-160
organizational basis for, 175-177
parties' power to limit association, 155
party affiliation, 150, 155-158, 265n
See also ballot access; campaign finance regulation; political parties
Austin v. Michigan Chamber of Commerce, 105-106
Avery v. Midland County, 225n
Backstrom, Charles, 263n
Badham v. Eu, 130, 139, 260-261n
applying the Bandermer test, 260-261n
Baker, Gordon, E., 223n
Baker v. Carr, 5, 35, 57
See also reapportionment and redistricting
ballot access, 143-146, 187
and associational rights, 145
legal restrictions on, 143-144
petition requirements for, 267n
regulation of parties in elections, 144
rights implicated by, 146
third parties and, 268n
Banzhaf, John F., III, 224n
Barber, James D., 274n
Baskin, Darryl, 239n
Beer, Samuel H., 221n
Beitz, Charles, 221n, 248n
Bentley, Arthur, 68-70, 72
challenges to, 237n
on importance of groups within institutions of government, 219n
See also group politics
Birch, A. H., 217n, 220n, 237n
Branti v. Finkel, 172
Brisbin, Richard A., Jr., 258n
Buckley v. Valeo, 1-2, 97-99, 101, 187
See also campaign finance regulation
Burdick v. Takushi, 163
Burke, Edmund, 23-25, 220n, 262n
and "virtual representation," 220n
Burns, James MacGregor, 271n
Cain, Bruce, 226n
California Medical Association v. FEC, 99
campaign finance regulation, 1-2, 96-106

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