Coalition Politics

Wieck, Paul R.
December 1972
New Republic;12/9/72, Vol. 167 Issue 22, p15
Focuses on the situation of the coalition politics in the U.S. Description of the policy of the Democrats towards nominating candidates; Belief that racial fears of the working class in industrial centers would be decisive in the formation of coalitions; Information about the political situation in several states of the U.S.; Effect of the Vietnam policy of U.S. President on the formation of coalitions in the U.S.


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