2 edition of Political representation in red and blue America found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||David C. Barker and Christopher Jan Carman|
|Series||Series in political psychology|
|Contributions||Carman, Christopher J.|
|LC Classifications||JK2271 .B36 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012007393|
A book which is composed in such manner differs from the usual legal text, which is usually meant as a reference work to be consulted for case inf or- mation on some particular point, or as a survey of existing law for purposes of. of partisan polarization in America and the critical role played by economic and political geography. Jonathan A. Rodden employs sophisticated historical, comparative, and data visualization techniques to shed light on the fateful consequences for political representation and policy of single-member, first-past-the-post legislative districts.
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"Anyone interested in how democratic representation works must read this book - it is among the best books written on representation in decades." -- James N. Druckman, Payson S. Wild Professor of Political Science and Faculty Fellow, Institute for Policy Research, Northwestern University "Barker and Carman are talented political scientists.1/5(1).
Origins of the color scheme. The colors red and blue also feature on the United States ional political mapmakers, at least throughout the 20th century, have used red to represent the modern-day Republicans, as well as the earlier Federalist may have been a holdover from the Civil War, during which the predominantly Republican north was considered "blue.".
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This book argues that to understand how representation works in the United States, we need understand the demand side of the representational relationship. Citizens, the book proposes, have a sense for the degree to which they instinctively like “leaders who lead” (trustees), on the one hand, or “public servants who listen” (delegates), on the : David C.
Barker. Disconnect depicts politicians out of touch with the larger public, distorting issues and information to appeal to narrow interest groups. It can help readers better understand the political divide between leaders and the American public—and help steer a course for change.
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