Political Parties, Interest Groups, and Political Campaigns

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Index
Abramson, Paul, 121
Adams, John, 14-15
Adams, John Quincy, 18, 19, 88
AFL-CIO, 4, 211, 228, 230, 234, 276, 279, 287
Agnew, Spiro T., 37, 38, 206
Alabama, 83, 89
Alaska, 80, 90
Alexander, Herbert, 135, 166
Alexander, Lamar, 145, 146, 189
Alien and Sedition Acts, 15
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), 228, 245, 283
American Bar Association (ABA), 279
American Civil Liberties Union
(ACLU), 126, 217, 218 (ad), 276
American Family Association, 284
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, 178
American Forest & Paper Association 217, 220 (ad)
American Independent party, 107
American League of Lobbyists (ALL), 251
American Legion, 279
American Medical Association (AMA), 217, 228, 279
American party, 24, 25
Americans for Effective Law Enforcement, 283
The American Voter, 114
Anderson, John, 39, 112
Ansolabehere, Stephen, 205
Anti-abortion movement, 228
Anti-Federalists, 13
Anti-Masonic party, 20, 21
Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), 235
Arkansas, 162
Armey, Richard, 157
Australian ballot, 52, 72, 92
Automatic delegates, 84
Baer, Donald, 201
Baker, Howard, 246
Bank of the United States, 22
Barber, James David, 184
Barbour, Haley, 68, 147, 245, 250
Barnburners, 23
Bell, John, 25
Bentley, Arthur E, 1, 274
Bentsen, Lloyd, 244
Bibby, John, 178
Black, Gordon, 184
Black, Manafort, Stone, and Kelly, 249
Bliss, Ray, 61
Bond, Rich, 127
Boston, 28, 42
Bradley, Bill, 188
Brady, Henry, 95
Breckinridge, John, 25
Breyer, Stephen, 140
Brock, William, 246
Brody, Richard, 110
Brookings Institute, 259
Brown, Ronald, 67, 68
Brown, Willie, 59
Bryan, William Jennings, 3, 30, 31
Buchanan, James, 25
Buchanan, Patrick, 40, 51, 62, 201
Buckleyv. Valeo, 137, 140
Bull Moose party, 31, 112
Burr, Aaron, 15, 87
Bush, George (senior), 39, 40, 62, 107, 118, 120-123, 126, 127, 129, 146, 150, 188, 201, 206, 209, 212
Bush, George W., 129

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