The Collapse of the Democratic Presidential Majority: Realignment, Dealignment, and Electoral Change from Franklin Roosevelt to Bill Clinton

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Index
Abramson, Paul R., 52(n5), 78
Affluence in post-war world, 33, 36, 38-39
Aldrich, John H., 78
Alford, Robert R., 53(n12)
Andersen, Kristi, J., 31 (n1), 74(n10), 105(n13)
Axelrod, Robert., 53(n13)
Baby Boom generation, 21. See also Generational Replacement
Beck, Paul Allen, 18
Berelson, Bernard R., 74(n2)
Bivariate net vote advantage. SeeNet vote advantage
Black, Earl, 56
Black, Merle, 56
Blacks. SeeRace
Brady, David W., 27
Bryan, William Jennings, 33
Burnham, Walter Dean, 3, 11, 13, 15-17, 21, 25, 26, 31(n5)
Bush, George, 108
Campaign finance, 22, 170
Campbell, Angus, 3, 13, 14, 16, 25, 36, 51, 52(n5)
Candidate-centered electoral politics, 6
Candidate-orientation as a basis of vote choice, 163 defined, 134(n1)
Carmines, Edward G., 74(nn10 14), 100
Carter, Jimmy, 23, 95-96
Class composition of electorate, 35-36, 37-39, 43-47 depolarization in vote choice, 36-37, 39-47 as an electoral issue, 115, 117-118, 122, 125, 130, 151, 161, 163 inversion in vote choice, 40 as social base of New Deal party system, 7, 33, 35, 42 See alsoPolitical cleavages; Education; Income; Occupation
Clinton, Bill, 23, 165-166 as party representative, 146-148 See also 1992 presidential election
Clubb, Jerome M., 13, 18, 19, 27, 31 (n6)
Conservatism of electorate, failure to find increase in, 30, 77, 78
Conversion of partisans, 31 (n1)
Core constituencies, 80-84, 85. See also Party identification
Critical elections, 13. See alsoRealignment
Critical realignment, 3, 13, 14, 172
Cross-cutting issues. SeeNew issues
Dealignment, 6, 8, 21-23, 166, 170, 176- 178, 178-180 problems with, 30, 79
Defection, from party identification, 7, 79- 84 asymmetry of, 82-84, 102, 174 in 1992, 143
Democratic party decline in presidential electoral performance, 11, 23-25, 27
Depression of 1896, 33
Depression of 1929, 34, 38
Deviating elections, 2, 14-15
Differential change. SeeCritical elections
Dimensions of economics. SeeClass, Fiscal/Monetary, Prosperity, Social Welfare

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