Uneasy Alliances: Race and Party Competition in America

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Index
abolitionists, 35, 38, 49; in New York, 38
abortion rights, 9, 149, 157, 165, 19396; and Hyde Amendment, 157
Adams, John Quincy, 37
affirmative action, 87, 89–90, 118, 144, 149, 157–58, 160, 162, 164; Bakke decision, 157; Civil Rights Act of 1991, 171; Mikulski Commission, 107; Philadelphia Plan, 103; Public Works Employment Act, 168;
AFL-CIO, 151, 154
Africa: Algeria, 150; Angola, 157, 159; and Congressional Black Caucus, 155, 157–65; Namibia, 155; Nigeria, 150, 156; reaction to civil rights movement, 97; Rhodesia, 155–57; Rwanda, 150; Somalia, 150, 160–61; South Africa, 155–60, 162, 166, 170, 178; Uganda, 157; Zaire, 150, 160; Zimbabwe, 158
African Americans: disenfranchisement, 15, 60–52, 72n, 79, 81; political interests (defined), 145–49; political leaders, 4, 23–24, 26, 45, 47, 63, 74, 78, 1067, 110–11, 119, 192; public opinion, 147–48; representation, 5, 12, 15, 17, 19–20, 44–45; urban politics, 23, 26; (see also Jesse Jackson; and Congressional Black Caucus); voting rights, 49n, 56–65, 75–76, 79, 99, 144
Agricultural Adjustment Administration, 94
Aid to Dependent Children (ADC), 94
AIDS, 160, 165, 188
Alabama test, 38
Aldrich, John, 37–38
American Independent Party, 101
American Political Science Association, 16n
Ames, Adelbert, 67–69
apartheid, 144, 170, 178. See also Africa; South Africa.
Arafat, Yasir, 111
Arthur, Chester, 65, 73–74
Asia: reaction to civil rights movement, 97
Ashworth, John, 39n
Aspin, Les, 159, 173, 190–91
Atkins, James, 74
Atwater, Lee, 117
Bachrach, Peter, 12n
Baer, Denise, 17n
Bailey-Hutchinson, Kay, 195
“balance rule,” 36
Baratz, Morton, 12n
Barnburners, 39
Barnett, Marguerite, 148n
Barry, Marion, 110
Bayh, Birch, 193
Begala, Paul, 181
Bell, Griffin, 157, 168
Bellmon, Henry, 102
Benoit, Kenneth, 18n, 196
Bennett, William, 203
Biden, Joseph, 169
“Black Bill of Rights,” 155, 165
Black Democratic Caucus, 107
Black, Earl, 32n, 99
Black, Merle, 32n, 99
Blaine, James, 72–73, 75, 77, 80
Bobo, Lawrence, 25n
Bond, Brian, 192
Bork, Robert, 159
Bositis, David, 17n, 177
Boutwell, George, 59
Brennan, P. J., 156
Brooke, Edward, 169
Brown, Jerry, 187
Brown, Kathleen, 202
Brown, Pat, 100
Brown, Ron, 3–4, 118–19
Brown, William Garrott, 84
Brown, Willie, 107, 202
Browning, Rufus, 23n
Buchanan, Pat, 188
budget resolutions: Congressional Black Caucus and, 157–60, 162, 165, 171, 175
Bullock, Charles, 177n
Bullock, Governor, 71
Burnham, Walter Dean, 15n, 16n

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