Fate of the Union: America's Rocky Road to Political Stalemate

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Index
Abortion issue, 36, 265-271, 306-307
Affirmative action, 246
AFL-CIO, 156
"Agenda for American Renewal" ( Bush), 96
Agriculture Committee, 33-34
Alexander, Lamar, 198, 205-208, 211-212, 220-221, 228, 232-234, 236, 297, 314-316
Allen, Frederick, 106
Allen, Woody, 174
Altman, Roger, 76
Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union, 156
America as a Mass Society ( Bensman and Rosenberg), 12
American Research Group, 228
Andrews Air Force Base talks, 17, 40-41, 154
Archer, Bill, 192
Arkansas Development Finance Authority, 135
Armey, Dick, 39
Atlanta Constitution, 105, 106
Atlantic, 113
Atwater, Lee, 24, 132, 204, 299-300
Ayres, Whitney, 258
Baker, Howard H., 206
Bakker, Jim, 119
Balanced-budget amendment, 181, 304-306
Ballou, Janice, 308
Barbour, Haley, 259
Begala, Paul, 177-178
Bennett, Bill, 235
Bennett, Dick, 228
Bennett, William J., 215, 301
Bensman, Joseph, 12
Bentsen, Lloyd, 47, 64, 139-141, 150, 154, 156
Beyer, Don, 307-308
Big Eight, 41-42
Bingaman, Jeff, 173-174
Black, Charles, 204-205, 229
Black, Merle, 171
Black voters, 85-86, 102-103, 106-107, 299-301
Blanchard, James J., 151-152
Bloodworth-Thomason, Harry, 94
Bloodworth-Thomason, Linda, 94
Boesky, Ivan, 119
Boland, Edward, 115
Bolger, Glen, 284-285
Bolling, Richard, 35, 38
Bonior, David, 256, 257
Boren, David L., 154
Boxer, Barbara, 153
Bradley, Bill, 241-242
Brady, Nicholas, 31
Brady Bill, 167, 277
Brandeis, Louis, 119
Broder, David, 67, 303, 316
Brody, Kenneth, 134
Brooke, Edward, 225
Brookings Institution, 236
Brown, Edmund G. (Jerry), 77, 87, 88-89, 244
Brown, Ron, 88
Brownstein, Ronald, 309
Buchanan, Angela "Bay, " 208, 291
Buchanan, James, 9
Buchanan, Patrick J., 95, 198, 208-212, 221-223, 229-235, 258
abortion issue and, 268
style of, 235-236
Buchanan, William Baldwin, 208

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • Author's Note xi
  • 1 - Born to Fail 1
  • 2 - The Coincumbents: the Price of Pragmatism 17
  • 3 - The Prinee of Ambivalenee 49
  • 4 - The Contenders: Who Else is There? 73
  • 5 - The Ppophet: Back to the Future 99
  • 6 - The Unraveling 133
  • 7 - The Crybaby 165
  • 8 - The Lawmaker 197
  • 9 - The Pitchfork Rebellion 217
  • 10 - The Return of the Comeback Kid 239
  • 11 - Divided They Ran 265
  • 12 - The New Political Order 289
  • A Note on Sources 321
  • Index 323
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