American political parties and election politics

Content introduction

Zhang Liping This monograph, through detailed description and objective analysis, we show us the complexity of US electoral politics and its deep social and cultural foundation. In the book, she answered such a question: 1. How is the US two party systems formed? Why is it so powerful? 2. Democratic Party and Republican ideology. What is the difference between the policy trend? Why is the outsider, the two parties' political programs are different, and they argue more about abortion, homosexuality. This kind of tricks of chicken fungi, and the American political figures have a matter of letting this dispute, like a drunk? 3. Since the US elephants often do their heat, why is the voting rate of electors and low? Is American voters to choose their leaders based on what criteria? 4. How is the Democratic Party and Republican parties campaign? 5. "Money Politics" is so moving in the US political party politics, why is it difficult to correct? What role does the media play in electoral politics?




Chapter 1 US political party formation, structure, function and characteristics

The first section of the United States and the formation of the United States and the evolution of political parties in the policy address

A American conflict attitude of political parties

The formation and cause of the two party system

three political parties The evolution of the system

The development trend of the four US two-party system

Section 2 US political partition organizational structure

a party's external structure and internal structure

Second General Party Organization

The party's political parties in the three electors

Four governments

Section 3 The basic function of the US political parties

A recruitment candidate

two for candidates to support

three-connection candidate and voter bridge

four help candidates established Electors of the Original Group

Five Organizations

Section 4 US political parties system and other Western national political party systems

a solid two-party system

Second "Non-obvious class distinction" party

three "no party base" political parties

four "non-party central organization leadership" party

Chapter 2 Democrats and Republicans

First Section Democratic Party

One Democratic Party's Ideology

Second Democratic Party's Rules

Three Democrats Voter constitutes

The leaders of the Four Democratic Party

Five Democratic Party

Six Democratic site and its power transfer

Seven Democrats And interest group

2nd Day Party

A total of the party's ideology

two Republican game rules

three Republican voters

Four Republic Party's leaders

Five Republican Parties

Six Republican Political Maps Changes

Seven Republican and Interest Group

The difference between the third part of the third party

The image of the Democrats and Republicans

The difference between the two voters

three ideology / p>

Differences in four diplomatic ideas

5 policy differences

six psychological identity difference

Section 4 Two Party's common

a total of political culture

2 liberal political tradition

three-on-belief of capitalism

four joint maintenance constitution Formation

5 Maintaining Status: Improved Not Revolution

Six Factivism: Political and Other

Chapter 3 Third Party / Small Party of Flowers

The first section of the United States left party and its non-grounding reasons

a US left party

two left The reason for the political party does not usually want

2nd bourgeois left-wing political party

Differentiated by the two party parties

2 separately established Left Wing Party < / P>

San Zuo Zhi Party and two parties' syntfur

Section 3 bourgeois right wing political parties

One-to-right party differentiated from two parties

Subscribe-established right-oriented party

three-sized party and two major parties' syntfur

Section 4 Single topic of the party's party

a single topic Political Parties

Absorption of the two major parties to the topic

Chapter 4 US Election Procedure

First Presidential Electoral Procedure and Game Rules

Evolution of a nomination process

Direct pre-selection caused by direct pre-selection and related debate

three-porthing electoral procedures and campaigns

four electors Group issues and related debates

2nd Congress's electoral procedures and game rules

a Downti-electing process and game rules

Members' Election Procedures and Game Rules

Three Congress Election Features

Section 3 Election Funds

A political donation is the result of the origin and generated problem

Laws and regulations and reforms of secondary electment funds

The rise of the three political action committees

four funds reform programs and people's attitude

Wu'an Entities In 2002, the US Election Fund Reform Act

Section IV Electoral Politics and Its Relationship with Political Parties

A candidate centered campaign organization and its political parties The relationship of the organization

2 interest group / political action committee

three major media

Chapter 5 American political parties and election politic actual operation

< P> First Presidential Election

The impact of a political party organization in the presidential nomination process

Second political party organization supports the funds of the presidential candidate

three political parties Organizational help in campaign strategy and tactical help

The Four Political Parties agreement in the voter's voting decision

Wu government's ideology in the election

< P> Section 2 Congress Election

One Political Party Organization Contribution to the Election Fund of the House of Representatives

Second Political Party Organization Contribution to Senator Candidate Election Funds

< P> Three-time factors in the Election of House of Representatives

Functional Factors in Senate elections

five politics The party recognizes the effect of the party's voting selection

The impact of the six-party ideology for the national election

seven medium elections

eight split ballot and division Government

Section 3 Third Party / Independent Candidate and Election Politics

A Third Party (Small Party) / Independent Candidate and Presidential Election

Second Party (Little Party) / Independent Candidate and Congress Election

Third Party (Small Party) / Independent Candidate Participation Election

Section 4 The latest Case: 2000 Elections Analysis

One Nomination Procedure: Striving for "Export"

Two-Flex Election: Striving for "Champion"

three major topics: Concept Game or digital game?

four voting behavior: Who voted? Who does not vote? Who is the ticket?

The role of the five political parties: Can you have anything?

Sixth 2000 election Significance: Power Peace Alternation

Appendix 1 US Democratic Party and Rules

Appendix 2 Republican Rules

Appendix 3 Houses of Houses and Presidents of Presidential Election (1910-2000)

Appendix 4 Presidential Election and House Electoral Electoral Electoral and Voting Rate

Appendix 5 Votes in the US presidential election (1932-2000)

Appendix 6 US Congress Election Results and President (1976-2000)

Appendix 7 President's Party in the medium-term election Loss (1862-1998)

Appendix 8 Political parties in formal Congress elections and the net winning number in special Congress elections (1976-2000)

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