Party Principles and Practical Politics

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PARTY PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICAL POLITICS

BY STUART LEWIS PROFESSOR OF GOVERNMENT, NEW JERSEY LAW SCHOOL

NEW YORK PRENTICE-HALL, INC. 1928

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations xi
  • Party Principles And Practical Politics 1
  • Bibliography 9
  • Chapter II - Colonial and Revolutionary Parties 11
  • Bibliography 14
  • Chapter III - The Party of the Constitution 17
  • Bibliography 23
  • Chapter IV - Rule of the Federalists 25
  • Bibliography 43
  • Chapter V - Democratic-Republican Control 46
  • Bibliography 59
  • Chapter VI - Democrats and Whigs 62
  • Bibliography 79
  • Chapter VII - War and Radical Republicanism 84
  • Bibliography 93
  • Chapter VIII - Close Division and Confusion 96
  • Bibliography 109
  • Chapter IX - Conservative Republicanism 113
  • Bibliography 124
  • Chapter X - Wilson and Return to "Normalcy" 128
  • Bibliography 139
  • Chapter XI - Parties of To-Day 142
  • Bibliography 149
  • Chapter XII - Suffrage 151
  • Bibliography 168
  • Chapter XIII - Convention and Caucus 171
  • Bibliography 181
  • Chapter XIV - The Direct Primary 184
  • Bibliography 202
  • Chapter XV - The National Convention 205
  • Bibliography 225
  • Chapter XVI - Party Organization 228
  • Bibliography 246
  • Chapter XVII - Campaign Methods 249
  • Bibliography 264
  • Chapter XVIII - Party Finance 266
  • Bibliography 287
  • Chapter XIX - Corrupt Practices 289
  • Bibliography 318
  • Chapter XX - The Ballot 321
  • Bibliography 344
  • Chapter XXI - Representation 347
  • Bibliography 370
  • Chapter XXII - Patronage and Civil Service 372
  • Bibliography 387
  • Chapter XXIII - Party Lines in Office 390
  • Bibliography 401
  • Chapter XXIV - Initiative, Referendum, and Recall 403
  • Bibliography 418
  • Chapter XXV - Political Activities of Individuals 421
  • Bibliography 425
  • Appendices 427
  • Index 501
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