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Party Politics in Cent & East Europ: Does Eu Membership Matter?

by Tim Haughton

What impact has EU membership had on party politics in Central and Eastern Europe? Although there is an emerging body of literature on the Europeanization of political parties, most of these accounts focus exclusively...


Nigeria at Fifty: The Nation in Narration

by Ebenezer Obadare & Wale Adebanwi

Nigeria, Africa's most populous and biggest democracy, celebrates her fiftieth year as an independent nation in October 2010. As the cliché states, 'As Nigeria goes, so goes Africa'. This book frames the socio-historical...


Progress' in Zimbabwe?

by David Moore, Norma Kriger & Brian Raftopoulos

Zimbabwe's severe crisis - and a possible way out of it with a transitional government, and the new era for which it prepares the ground - demands a coherent scholarly response. 'Progress' can be employed as...


Ethnopolitics of Elections Bieber

by Florian Bieber & Stefan Wolff

This volume conceptualizes the dynamics underlying electoral politics in ethnically divided societies, providing empirical evidence and analysis of recent elections in such societies on a comparative and single-case...


The Internet and European Parliamentary Democracy: A Comparative Study of the Ethics of Political Communication in the Digital Age

by Xiudian Dai & Philip Norton

This book investigates the ethical challenges the internet presents to contemporary parliamentary democracy in Europe and how these challenges are being addressed. It fills an important gap: current literature...


The Battle for America: The Story of an Extraordinary Election

by Dan Balz & Haynes Johnson

The bestselling, truly gripping account of 2008's landmark election, updated through 2009

The election of 2008 shattered political barriers and ignited an extraordinary battle among some of the most formidable...


Taking on the System: Rules for Change in a Digital Era

by Markos Moulitsas Zuniga

The founder of one of the most influential political blogs in the nation establishes the fundamental laws that govern today's new era of digital activism.

The laws of power have changed-and will continue to...


Making a Difference: A Comparative View of the Role of the Internet in Election Politics

by Richard Davis, Diana Owen & David Taras

This book is a cross-national analysis of the role of the Internet in elections. It examines the role of context in shaping candidate and party usage of the Internet in democratic electoral systems.


Choosing Our Choices: Debating the Presidential Nominating Process

by James W. Davis & Robert E. DiClerico

Probably no feature of the American political system has been subject to more sustained criticism over the last twenty-five years than the process by which we choose our presidents. In Choosing Our Choices,...


The Gamble: Choice and Chance in the 2012 Presidential Election

by John Sides & Lynn Vavreck

"Game changer." We heard it so many times during the 2012 U.S. presidential election. But what actually made a difference in the contest--and what was just hype? In this groundbreaking book, John Sides and Lynn...


Coup: The Day the Democrats Ousted Their Governor, Put Republican Lamar Alexander in Office Early, and Stopped a Pardon Scandal

by Keel Hunt & John L. Seigenthaler

Coup is the behind-the-scenes story of an abrupt political transition, unprecedented in U.S. history. Based on 163 interviews, Hunt describes how collaborators came together from opposite sides of the political...


The Boys on the Bus

by Timothy Crouse & Hunter S. Thompson

Cheap booze. Flying fleshpots. Lack of sleep. Endless spin. Lying pols.

Just a few of the snares lying in wait for the reporters who covered the 1972 presidential election. Traveling with the press pack from...


The 2012 Nomination and the Future of the Republican Party: The Internal Battle

by William J. Miller, William E. Cunion & Joshua T. Putnam

If the 2012 nomination process taught the Republican Party anything, it is that there are internal fractures within the GOP that need to be worked out prior to the 2016 presidential election. When coupled with...


Mosh the Polls: Youth Voters, Popular Culture, and Democratic Engagement

by Brian Cogan

The purpose of this book is to undertake an analysis from a variety of scholarly standpoints of the innovative ways in which both the political process and the entertainment industry appeal to voters under 30...


Pulp Politics: How Political Advertising Tells the Stories of American Politics

by Glenn W., Jr. Richardson

Pulp Politics helps us understand how political ads work by exploring how people think and feel, how our brains work, and how we tell and listen to stories. The book dissents from much popular and scholarly...


The Dynamic Dominion: Realignment and the Rise of Two-Party Competition in Virginia, 1945-1980

by Frank B. Atkinson

The Dynamic Dominion tells the dramatic story of Virginia's political transformation from the Second World War to the Reagan Revolution. The cradle of American democracy - and thus of the democratic movement...


The Perfect Tie: The True Story of the 2000 Presidential Election

by Andrew E. Busch & James W. Ceaser

In The Perfect Tie: The True Story of the 2000 Presidential Election, James Ceaser and Andrew Busch continue their study of national elections and their broader implications for American politics and society....


The 2010 Elections in Florida: It's The Economy, Stupid!

by Robert E., Jr. Crew & Slater Bayliss

This book places the 2010 elections in historical context and offers an explanation for the substantial gains made by the Republicans in Florida that year. It also discusses the voting behavior of the Florida...


Dancing without Partners: How Candidates, Parties, and Interest Groups Interact in the Presidential Campaign

by David B. Magleby, Quin J. Monson & Kelly D. Patterson

Dancing without Partners intensively analyzes the relationships among candidates, political parties, and interest groups under the BCRA's new regulations in the 2004 election cycle in five battleground states....


Campaign Mode: Strategic Vision in Congressional Elections

by Michael John Burton & Daniel M. Shea

The pressures of contemporary electioneering force political professionals into 'campaign mode'-a state of mind that merges a visceral drive to win elections with a deep-seated habit of strategic thinking. Wise...