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by Scott C. James

Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Author: Scott C. James
ISBN: 052166277X
ISBN13: 978-0521662772
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (July 24, 2000)
Pages: 318
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Start by marking Presidents, Parties, and the State: A Party System Perspective on Democratic Regulatory Choice, as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In the years between 1884 and 1936, the Democratic party abandoned its traditional regulatory agenda to enact the programs of voting blocs deemed pivotal to the consolidation of national party This book challenges dominant theories of regulatory politics by placing presidential elections and national party leaders at the center of American regulatory state development.

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Presidents, parties, and the state: A party system perspective on democratic regulatory choice, 1884-1936. Building a Democratic Majority: The Progressive Party Vote and the Federal Trade Commission. Cambridge University Press, 2006. Patronage Regimes and American Party Development from ‘The Age of Jackson’to the Progressive Era. SC James. Studies in American Political Development 9 (2), 331-385, 1995. Prelude to Progressivism: Party Decay, Populism, and the Doctrine of Free and Unrestricted Competition in American Antitrust Policy, 1890–1897.

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book by Scott C. James. Presidents, Parties, and the State : A Party System Perspective on Democratic Regulatory Choice, 1884-1936.

Dominant theories of regulatory choice privilege the goals and actions of district-oriented legislators and organized groups. Presidents, Parties, and the State challenges this conventional frame, placing presidential elections and national party leaders at the centre of American regulatory state development

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Stephen Skowronek, Yale University "In Presidents, Parties and the State, Scott James offers a fresh, original .

Instead, a party systems perspective is needed, one that focuses on the attempt to form and hold national majorities, one that gives agency and leadership to the president, and one that, along the way, explains major changes of direction in party politics. It is an achievement to be able to say something so bold and persuasive about so important - and heavily studied - a period. John H. Aldrich, Duke University.

Cambridge University Press, 2000. The Democratic Party Heads North, 1877–1962.

This book challenges dominant theories of regulatory politics by placing presidential elections and national party leaders at the center of American regulatory state development. In the years between 1884 and 1936, the Democratic party abandoned its traditional regulatory agenda to enact the programs of voting blocs deemed pivotal to the consolidation of national party power. Coalition-building imperatives drove the decision-making calculus of Democratic leaders, prompting legislative intervention to secure outcomes consistent with national party needs. In the end, Democratic choices proved consequential for the character of the American regulatory state. The Democratic party turned its governing power to the build-up of national administrative power and the consolidation of corporate capitalism.
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