Since last year’s presidential campaign many political observers have expressed deep concern over the growing political power of orthodox Christian groups in this country. According...

Electoral Politics Playing to Win, an Insider’s Guide to Politics. by Jeff Greenfield. Simon & Schuster. 286 pp. $11.95. How to Win Votes: The Politics of 1980. by Edward N....

Political Money: A Strategy for Campaign Financing in America. by David W. Adamany and George E. Agree. Johns Hopkins. 242 pp. $11.95. Symposium on Campaign Financing Regulation. American Bar...

Winning Elections The Future While It Happened. by Samuel Lubell. Norton. 162 pp. $5.95. According to Samuel Lubell, who has been doing polling and interviewing for decades, “the scope...

Before the 1972 Presidential election, the thesis became popular that Jews were at long last about to vote according to their economic interests. Although American...

Among the more puzzling questions arising from an analysis of the election returns like the one by Seymour Martin Lipset and Earl Raab (p. 43)...

The reasons underlying Senator McGovern’s defeat in the 1972 elections had been thoroughly analyzed long before the polls opened on November 7. There was, indeed,...

By now it is widely acknowledged that Jews were the critical group in the New York mayoral election last November, but it is not immediately...

The past political year has seen a number of events which, at least on the surface, have appeared to herald the downfall of the traditional...

The following exchange was occasioned by Alexander M. Bickel's article “Is Electoral Reform the Answer?” which appeared in December 1968. Gus Tyler is assistant president...

For the first time since the Progressive era of sixty years ago, the American political system may be at a point of significant mutation. The...

Harry's Hour The Loneliest Campaign: The Truman Victory of 1948. by Irwin Ross. New American Library. 304 pp. $6.95. The last few months have inured the American public to...