Midterm: The Elections of 1994 in Context

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Index
ABA. See American Bankers Association ( ABA), PAC of
Abdnor, James, 38
Abortion issue, 118, 119-120, 123
Abraham, S., 36
Abramowitz, Alan I., 24, 37, 38, 39, 139, 154(n2)
Abramson, Jill, 92
Abramson, Paul R., 61, 71, 72, 78 (n3)
Activism, Christian right, 8-9, 116-118, 123
ADA score. See Americans for Democratic Action (ADA) scores
Advocacy explosion, nationalization of, 90 See also Interests
Affirmative action, views on, 129-130, 131
AFL-CIO COPE. See American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations Committee on Political Education (AFL-CIO COPE)
African-American representatives, 110-111 See also Race(s)
Age, mobilization and, 127, 130-132
Agenda for the Republican Majority, 46(n11)
Akaka, Daniel, 28
Alabama, lack of Republican opposition before 1994 in House elections in, 106
Aldrich, John H., 61, 71, 72, 78(n3)
Alesina, Alberta, 99
Alexander, Bill, 106, 107
Alexander, Lamar, 45(n2)
Alienation of voters, 5-7, 53
Alignment of district-level presidential and House results, 7-8
Alternative media, use of, 50-51, 67-68
Amateurs, Republican, 11-12, 37, 143, 149-152
identifying quality challengers among, 150-152
self-financed, 87, 150-151
Ambition theory, 139
Ambivalence
with parties, voter turnout and, 132-136
from women, 127, 133, 134
Amendments, constitutional
15th, 160
17th, 160
20th, 159
22nd, 170
Amenta, Edwin, 161
American Bankers Association (ABA), PAC of, 95
American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations Committee on Political Education (AFL-CIO COPE), 33
American National Election Study (ANES), 139
angry white males thesis and data from, 127, 128-132
data on southern voters, 101, 104, 106, 108
on gender, age and mobilization, 127, 130-132
American Political Science Association, Committee on Political Parties of, 48
Americans for Democratic Action (ADA) scores, 31-36, 107-108, 109
Analogy of 1946, 169-170
Andrews, Thomas, 34, 40
ANES. See American National Election Study (ANES)
Anger with Democrats, voter turnout and, 132-136
Angry public, 3-5
Angry white male, phenomenon of, 5-6, 125-136
factors motivating, 126-127
findings from 1994 elections on, 127
locating emergence of, 128-130
turnout of, factors in, 127, 130-136
Anthony, Beryl, 57
Apple, R.W., 45, 51

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Transforming American Politics ii
  • Forthcoming Titles iii
  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • 1: The 1994 House Elections in Perspective 1
  • Notes 20
  • 2: Eight More in '94: The Republican Takeover of the Senate 21
  • Notes 45
  • 3: "Permanent Minority" No More: House Republicans in 1994 47
  • Notes 60
  • 4: Court and Country in American Politics: The Democratic Party and the 1994 Election 61
  • Notes 78
  • 5: Money in the 1994 Elections and Beyond 81
  • Conclusion 94
  • 6: The 1994 Electoral Aftershock: Dealignment Or Realignment in the South 99
  • Conclusion 110
  • 7: The Politics of Pragmatism: The Christian Right and the 1994 Elections 115
  • 8: In Search of the Angry White Male: Gender, Race, and Issues in the 1994 Elections 125
  • Notes 136
  • 9: Re-Exploring the Weak-Challenger Hypothesis: The 1994 Candidate Pools 137
  • Notes 153
  • 10: Innovative Midterm Elections 157
  • Notes 170
  • References 171
  • About the Book 183
  • About the Editor and Contributors 185
  • Index 189
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