Realignment and Party Revival: Understanding American Electoral Politics at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century

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NOTES
1.
Expression taken from Everett Carll Ladd, "Like Waiting for Godot: The Uselessness of 'Realignment' for Understanding Change in Contemporary American Politics," in Byron E. Shafer, ed., The End of Realignment? Interpreting American Electoral Eras ( Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1991), pp. 24-36.
2.
V. O. Key, "A Theory of Critical Elections," Journal of Politics 17 ( 1955): 3-18.
3.
See, for example, Walter Dean Burnham, Critical Elections and the Mainprings of American Politics ( New York: Norton, 1970); Everett Carll Ladd, "The Shifting Party Coalitions--1932-1976," in Seymour Martin Lipset, ed., Emerging Coaliions in American Politics ( San Francisco: Institute for Contemporary Studies, 1978); Ladd with Charles D. Hadley, Transformations of the American Party System: Political Coalitions from the New Deal to the 1970s ( New York: Norton, 1978); David G. Lawrence , The Collapse of the Democratic Presidential Majority: Realignment, Dealignment and Electoral Change from Franklin Roosevelt to Bill Clinton ( Boulder: Westview Press, 1997); Gerald Pomper, "From Confusion to Clarity: Issues and American Voters, 1956-1968," The American Political Science Review 66 ( 1972): 415-428; Pomper with Susan Lederman, Elections in America: Control and Influnce in Democratic Politics ( New York: Longman, 1980); Byron E. Shafer, ed., The End of Realignment? Interpreting American Electoral Eras ( Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1991); James L. Sundquist, The Dynamics of the American Party System: Alignment and Realignment of Political Parties in the United States ( Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution, 1983).
4.
V. O. Key, "Secular Realignment and the Party System," Journal of Politics 23 ( 1959): 198-210.
5.
Burnham, Critical Elections, p. 67.
6.
See particularly Burnham, Critical Elections; Ladd with Hadley, Transformations of the American Party System; and Sundquist, Dynamics.
7.
See Kristi Andersen, "Generation, Partisan Shift, and Realignment: A Glance Back to the New Deal," in Norman H. Nie, Sidney Verba, and John R. Petrocik, The Changing American Voter ( Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1976), and The Creation of a Democratic Majority: 1928-1936 ( Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1979).
8.
See Angus Campbell, "A Classification of Presidential Elections," in Angus Campbell , Philip E. Converse, Warren E. Miller, and Donald E. Stokes, Elections and the Political Order ( New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1960). See also Pomper with Lederman, 82-105.
9.
See, for example, Burnham, Critical Elections; Pomper, "From Confusion to Clarity;" Kevin Phillips, "The Emerging Republican Majority" ( New Rochelle, N.Y.: Arlington House, 1969); and Richard Scammon and Ben Wattenburg, The Real Majority ( New York: Coward-McCann, 1970).
10.
See, for example, Walter Burnham, "American Politics in the 1970s: Beyond Party?" in Jeff Fishel, ed., Parties and Elections in an Anti-Party Age ( Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1978); Walter Burnham, "American Politics in the 1980s," in Burnham, The Hidden Crisis in American Politics ( New York: Oxford University Press, 1982); Walter Burnham, "Into the 1980s with Ronald Reagan," in Burnham, The Hidden Crisis in American Politics; Walter Burnham, "The Reagan Heritage," in Gerald Pomper, et al., The Election of 1988: Reports and Interpretations (Chatham, N.J.:

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