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Published by Van Nostrand in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Political parties -- United States.,
  • Third parties (United States politics),
  • United States -- Politics and government.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliography.

SeriesAnvil original -- 65
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJK2261 .H56
The Physical Object
Pagination192 p.
Number of Pages192
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17424014M

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This book is an excellent, if anecdotal, analysis of the third party political movements that have arose during the last twenty years. Sifry is perceptive and mostly objective journalist who provides an apparently accurate anatomy of the fortunes of third parties starting with Jessie Ventura's unlikely campaign for by: 2.   Editor’s note: What follows is an excerpt from F.H. Buckley’s new book “American Secession: The Looming Threat of a National Breakup” which will release on Jan. 14 (Pre-order here on Amazon).Professor Buckley’s book examines secession movements in other countries as well as the secession movement that caused the Civil War to get an idea of what a modern .   Third Parties in America: Why They Fail. W e talk as though the United States has only two political parties, but of course there are always dozens of other parties that put up candidates for whom Author: John Peeler.   Independent Black Politics and Third-Party Movements in the United States. By Omar H. Ali, Eric Foner (Foreword by), Omar H. Ali. Ohio University Press, , pp. Publication Date: Aug Other Editions of This Title: Hardcover (8/13/).

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Get this from a library! In the balance of power: independent Black politics and third-party movements in the United States. [Omar H Ali] -- "Historically, most black voters in the United States have aligned themselves with one of the two major parties: the Republican Party from the time of the Civil War to the New Deal and, since the New. However, as In the Balance of Power convincingly demonstrates, African Americans have long been part of independent political movements and have used third parties to advance some of the most important changes in the United States, notably the abolition of slavery, the extension of voting rights, and the enforcement of civil by: 4. However, as In the Balance of Power convincingly demonstrates, African Americans have long been part of independent political movements and have used third parties to advance some of the most important changes in the United States, notably the abolition of slavery, the extension of voting rights, and the enforcement of civil rights.   This timely book tracks African American political activity from the Revolutionary period into the 21st century. Essentially, Ali argues that African Americans achieved greater political influence outside of the two-party system, participating in third-party politics or through independent black political : Omar H. Ali.