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[EAN: 9780826216618], Neubuch, [PU: University of Missouri Press, United States], Political Science |Political Ideologies|Democracy, History|United States |General, Political Science |Political Process|Political Parties, Brand New Book with Free Worldwide Delivery. It doesn't take a pundit to recognize that the Democratic Party has changed. With frustrating losses in the last two national elections and the erosion of its traditional base, the party of Jefferson and Jackson has become something neither would recognize. In this intriguing book, Jeff Taylor looks beyond the shortcomings of individual candidates to focus on the party's real problem: its philosophical underpinnings have changed in ways that turn off many Americans. Rank-and-file party members may still hold to traditional views, but Taylor argues that those who finance, manage, and represent the party at the national level have become nothing less than Hamiltonian elitists--a stance that flies in the face of the party's bedrock Jeffersonian principles. "Where Did the Party Go?" is a prodigious work of scholarship that converts extensive research into an accessible book. Taylor offers up a unique twelve-point model of Jefferson's thought--as relevant to our time as to his--and uses it to appraise competing views of liberalism in the party during two key eras. Bypassing the well-worn assessments of high-profile Democratic presidents, he shows instead how liberalism from 1885 to 1925 was distinctly Jeffersonian as exemplified by the populism of William Jennings Bryan, while from 1938 to 1978 it became largely elitist under national leaders such as Hubert Humphrey who embraced a centralized state and economy, as well as imperial intervention abroad. In the first book to look closely at the ideologies of these two midwestern liberals, Taylor chronicles Bryan's battles with the conservative wing of the party--putting today's conflicts in sharp historical perspective--and then tells how Humphrey followed those who rejected Jeffersonian principles. By demonstrating how Jefferson's legacy has gradually weakened, Taylor clearly shows why the party has lost its place in Middle America and how its transformation has led to widespread confusion. His provocative look at the post-Humphrey era considers why so many of today's voters on both the Left and the Right agree on issues such as economic policy, foreign relations, and political reform--united against elitists of the Center while rarely recognizing their common kinship in Jeffersonian ideals. If party leaders have wondered where their traditional supporters have gone, they might well consider that those very voters have asked what became of the party they once knew. As the Democrats look ahead to 2008, Taylor's book will force many to question where the party of Jefferson has gone . . . and whether it can ever come back.

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[EAN: 9780826216618], Neubuch, [PU: University of Missouri Press, United States], Political Science |Political Ideologies|Democracy, History|United States |General, Political Science |Political Process|Political Parties, Brand New Book. It doesn t take a pundit to recognize that the Democratic Party has changed. With frustrating losses in the last two national elections and the erosion of its traditional base, the party of Jefferson and Jackson has become something neither would recognize. In this intriguing book, Jeff Taylor looks beyond the shortcomings of individual candidates to focus on the party s real problem: its philosophical underpinnings have changed in ways that turn off many Americans. Rank-and-file party members may still hold to traditional views, but Taylor argues that those who finance, manage, and represent the party at the national level have become nothing less than Hamiltonian elitists--a stance that flies in the face of the party s bedrock Jeffersonian principles. Where Did the Party Go? is a prodigious work of scholarship that converts extensive research into an accessible book. Taylor offers up a unique twelve-point model of Jefferson s thought--as relevant to our time as to his--and uses it to appraise competing views of liberalism in the party during two key eras. Bypassing the well-worn assessments of high-profile Democratic presidents, he shows instead how liberalism from 1885 to 1925 was distinctly Jeffersonian as exemplified by the populism of William Jennings Bryan, while from 1938 to 1978 it became largely elitist under national leaders such as Hubert Humphrey who embraced a centralized state and economy, as well as imperial intervention abroad. In the first book to look closely at the ideologies of these two midwestern liberals, Taylor chronicles Bryan s battles with the conservative wing of the party--putting today s conflicts in sharp historical perspective--and then tells how Humphrey followed those who rejected Jeffersonian principles. By demonstrating how Jefferson s legacy has gradually weakened, Taylor clearly shows why the party has lost its place in Middle America and how its transformation has led to widespread confusion. His provocative look at the post-Humphrey era considers why so many of today s voters on both the Left and the Right agree on issues such as economic policy, foreign relations, and political reform--united against elitists of the Center while rarely recognizing their common kinship in Jeffersonian ideals. If party leaders have wondered where their traditional supporters have gone, they might well consider that those very voters have asked what became of the party they once knew. As the Democrats look ahead to 2008, Taylor s book will force many to question where the party of Jefferson has gone . . . and whether it can ever come back.

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[EAN: 9780826216618], Neubuch, [PU: University of Missouri Press, United States], Political Science |Political Ideologies|Democracy, History|United States |General, Political Science |Political Process|Political Parties, Brand New Book. It doesn t take a pundit to recognize that the Democratic Party has changed. With frustrating losses in the last two national elections and the erosion of its traditional base, the party of Jefferson and Jackson has become something neither would recognize. In this intriguing book, Jeff Taylor looks beyond the shortcomings of individual candidates to focus on the party s real problem: its philosophical underpinnings have changed in ways that turn off many Americans. Rank-and-file party members may still hold to traditional views, but Taylor argues that those who finance, manage, and represent the party at the national level have become nothing less than Hamiltonian elitists--a stance that flies in the face of the party s bedrock Jeffersonian principles. Where Did the Party Go? is a prodigious work of scholarship that converts extensive research into an accessible book. Taylor offers up a unique twelve-point model of Jefferson s thought--as relevant to our time as to his--and uses it to appraise competing views of liberalism in the party during two key eras. Bypassing the well-worn assessments of high-profile Democratic presidents, he shows instead how liberalism from 1885 to 1925 was distinctly Jeffersonian as exemplified by the populism of William Jennings Bryan, while from 1938 to 1978 it became largely elitist under national leaders such as Hubert Humphrey who embraced a centralized state and economy, as well as imperial intervention abroad. In the first book to look closely at the ideologies of these two midwestern liberals, Taylor chronicles Bryan s battles with the conservative wing of the party--putting today s conflicts in sharp historical perspective--and then tells how Humphrey followed those who rejected Jeffersonian principles. By demonstrating how Jefferson s legacy has gradually weakened, Taylor clearly shows why the party has lost its place in Middle America and how its transformation has led to widespread confusion. His provocative look at the post-Humphrey era considers why so many of today s voters on both the Left and the Right agree on issues such as economic policy, foreign relations, and political reform--united against elitists of the Center while rarely recognizing their common kinship in Jeffersonian ideals. If party leaders have wondered where their traditional supporters have gone, they might well consider that those very voters have asked what became of the party they once knew. As the Democrats look ahead to 2008, Taylor s book will force many to question where the party of Jefferson has gone . . . and whether it can ever come back.

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Where Did the Party Go?: William Jennings Bryan, Hubert Humphrey, and the Jeffersonian Legacy
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Where Did the Party Go?: William Jennings Bryan, Hubert Humphrey, and the Jeffersonian Legacy

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9780826216618

Provides a look beyond the shortcomings of individual candidates to focus on the Democratic Party's real problem. This book states that the changes in the party's very philosophical underpinnings turns off many Americans. It offers a 12-point model of Jefferson's thought to appraise competing views of liberalism in the party during two key eras.

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ISBN (ISBN-10): 0826216617
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2006
Herausgeber: UNIV OF MISSOURI PR
373 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,630 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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