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by Anthony Gierzynski

Money Rules: Financing Elections In America (Dilemmas in American Politics) download ebook
ISBN:
081336860X
ISBN13:
978-0813368603
Author:
Anthony Gierzynski
Publisher:
Routledge (January 11, 2000)
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Pages:
160 pages
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1918 kb
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1493 kb
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In Moey Rules, Anthony Gierzynski theorizes that, under our current system of financing elections, our political process has tilted too far in favor of political freedom, at the expense of political equality. Gierzynski examines the historical roots of the campaign finance dilemma, demonstrates its effects on the local, state, and national levels, and projects the long-term outcomes for American politics.

Journal of American Studies. Anthony Gierzynski, Money Rules: Financing Elections in America (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2000, £1. 5 paper).

Professor Gierzynski's area of study is American politics with specific interests in mass media, elections, campaign finance, and political parties

Professor Gierzynski's area of study is American politics with specific interests in mass media, elections, campaign finance, and political parties. Rule: Financing Elections in America (Westview Press 2000), and Legislative Party Campaign Committees in the American States (University Press of Kentucky 1992).

finance reform, and term limits . Political parties organize politics in every modern democracy, and some observers claim that parties are what induce democracies to be responsive. Yet, according to others, parties give voice to extremists and reduce the responsiveness of governments to the citizenry. In this prize-winning book, a renowned political scientist debunks the commonly held myth that the American national government functions effectively only when one political party controls the presidency and Congress.

Anthony Gierzynski’s profile on The Conversation

Anthony Gierzynski’s profile on The Conversation. Rule: Financing Elections in America" (Westview Press 2000); and "Legislative Party Campaign Committees in the American States" (University Press of Kentucky 1992).

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An American Dilemma: The Negro Problem and Modern Democracy is a 1944 study of race relations authored by Swedish Nobel-laureate economist Gunnar Myrdal and funded by Carnegie Corporation of New York

An American Dilemma: The Negro Problem and Modern Democracy is a 1944 study of race relations authored by Swedish Nobel-laureate economist Gunnar Myrdal and funded by Carnegie Corporation of New York. The foundation chose Myrdal because it thought that as a non-American, he could offer a more unbiased opinion. Myrdal's volume, at nearly 1,500 pages, painstakingly detailed what he saw as obstacles to full participation in American society that American blacks faced as of the 1940s.

The role of money in the U.S. electoral process has become more and more controversial in recent years. Following the Buckley ruling and other legislation in 1996, candidates and political parties are free to raise virtually unlimited “soft” money, making money perhaps the most significant factor in a campaign's success. In Money Rules , Anthony Gierzynski theorizes that, under our current system of financing elections, our political process has tilted too far in favor of political freedom , at the expense of political equality . Gierzynski examines the historical roots of the campaign finance dilemma, demonstrates its effects on the local, state, and national levels, and projects the long-term outcomes for American politics.