TITLE

Majority Rules

AUTHOR(S)
Judis, John B.; Teixeira, Ruy
PUB. DATE
August 2002
SOURCE
New Republic;8/5/2002, Vol. 227 Issue 6/7, p18
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses the factors which contribute to the movement of U.S. politics toward a Democratic majority as of August 2002. Shift in the attention of the U.S. public to the economy and domestic policy; Flaws in the theories of Republican realignment by political adviser Karl Rove and columnist Michael Barone; Evidence of the emerging Democratic majority in Congress; Contribution of the growth of the professional class to the emergence of a Democratic majority.
ACCESSION #
7063553

 

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