The Right to Life Movement and Third Party Politics

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APPENDIX 1

QUESTIONNAIRE
Please write the number of your answer on the lines at the left.
1). Before joining the Right to Life Party (RTLP), what was your prior party _____ enrollment? 1. Democrat 2. Republican 3. Conservative 4. Liberal 5. Independent 6. not enrolled; didn't vote 7. other_____.
_____ 2). Who did you vote for in the 1980 presidential election? 1. Ronald Reagan 2. Jimmy Carter 3. John Anderson 4. Ellen McCormack 5. other 6. didn't vote
_____ 3). Who did you vote for in the 1982 New York governor's race? 1. Mario Cuomo 2. Lew Lehrman 3. Robert Bohner 4. other 5. didn't vote
4). Have you ever worn campaign buttons, or put political (bumper) stickers on _____ your car? 1. yes 2. no
5). Have you ever attended political meetings. rallies, dinners or things like _____ that? 1. yes 2. no
6). Have you ever done any active work for a political candidate, group or party _____ (such as canvassing, handing out leaflets, telephoning, etc.)? 1. yes 2. no
7). Have you ever contributed money to a political party, group or candidate? _____ 1. yes 2. no
_____ 8). Do you follow government and public affairs in the news: 1. most of the time 2. some of the time 3. only now and then 4. hardly at all
_____ 9). Which do you prefer: 1. to vote for Right to Life Party (RTLP) candidates on the RTLP line, or 2. to vote for candidates running on the Republican or Democratic line that are also endorsed by the RTLP
10). Both the Republicans and Democrats have been criticized for not being sympathetic enough to right to life concerns. But which party seems, closer to the _____ right to life view: 1. Republicans 2. Democrats
11). Rave you ever written a letter to the editor of a newspaper or public of- _____ ficial about abortion? 1. yes 2. no

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Table of contents

  • Recent Titles in Contributions in Political Science ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Exhibits ix
  • Preface xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Notes 3
  • 1 - Single-Issue Parties in American History 5
  • Notes 32
  • 2 - A Party is Born: Abortion and the Right to Life Party 39
  • Notes 74
  • 3 - Activists and Identifiers 81
  • Summary 100
  • 4 - Party Decay, Party Renewal, and Hybrid Multi-Partyism 107
  • Notes 126
  • Epilogue 133
  • Notes 135
  • Appendix 1 137
  • Appendix 2 140
  • Bibliography 141
  • Index 149
  • About the Author 155
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