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PARTY VOTING AND POLICY CONTENT PERSPECTIVES OF ALIGNMENTS IN THE POST - NEW DEAL HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
The primary purpose of this analysis is to examine voting alignments in the U.S. House of Representatives during the post-New Deal era. The analysis focuses on House alignments during three periods: the 74th-76th (1935-40), ...
NONPARTISAN SLATING GROUPS: THE ROLE OF REFORMED PARTIES IN CITY ELECTORAL POLITICS
The nonpartisan slating group is an organization which serves the same functions as a political party, but operates in a nonpartisan electoral system. As such, it is extremely important in efforts to structure the scope ...
COMMUNIST STATES IN THE IMF AND IBRD: CONFLICT AND COOPERATION
According to the requirements stated within their charters, the IMF and the IBRD are prohibited from including non-economic criteria in their decisions to lend to members. Despite this restriction, political criteria such ...
The impact of general revenue sharing incentives on state tax effort
The State and Local Fiscal Assistance Act of 1972 authorized the distribution of general revenue sharing monies on the basis of formulas which provided incentives for states to increase their total tax effort and the ...