Political Parties, Interest Groups, and Political Campaigns

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2.1 Organizational change and the major American parties10
2.2 Growth of the national electorate: Votes and turnout in presidential elections, 1824-186020
3.1 Characteristics of party convention delegates48
3.2 Activities of local party organizations57
3.3 Convention bounce for major party presidential candidates, 1964-199664
3.4 Major party fund-raising: Receipts of party committees, 1975-199670
4.1 Effect of the plurality electoral method: Election results from Britain, 1992, 199776
4.2 How the electoral college affects campaign strategy: Hypothetical Dole campaign state list for 199691
5.1 Types of political participation, 1952-199695
5.2 Trends in voter participation, 1920-199696
5.3 Self-reported turnout, 1952-199698
5.4 Decomposition of the decline in voter turnout in presidential election years between the 1960s and 1980s102
5.5 Party identification, 1952-1996108
5.6 Presidential voting by groups115
5.7 Key issues and voting patterns, 1952-1996122
5.8 The electorate and voting preferences by value groups124
5.9 Split-ticket voting, 1952-1996130
6.1 Federal contribution limits136
6.2 Total campaign expenditures for all offices, 1960-1996141
6.3 Party hard and soft money expenditures, 1991-1998142
6.4 National party disbursements, 1991-1992 and 1995-1996148

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