Table of contents for Party games : getting, keeping, and using power in Gilded Age politics / Mark Wahlgren Summers.


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Preface: The Dog That Didn't Bark at Night 000
Part I. Our Friend the Enemy
 Chapter 1. A Typical Year 00
 Chapter 2. What Else Could He Have Put into H--l? 00Set -- as two hyphens, not
em dash, please
 Chapter 3. Politics Is Only War without the Bayonets 00
 Chapter 4. The Demon Lovers 00
Part II. Party Tricks
 Chapter 5. The Press of Public Business 00
 Chapter 6. The Best Majority Money Can Buy 00
 Chapter 7. An Eye on the Maine Chance 000
 Chapter 8. Anything, Lord, But Milwaukee! Malapportionment and Gerrymandering
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Part III. Policy--The Golden Rule?
 Chapter 9. Purse'n'All Influence 000
 Chapter 10. The (Round) House of Legislation 000
 Chapter 11. Class Warfare, Mainstream-Party Style 000
Part IV. Rounding off the Two and a Half Party System
 Chapter 12. The Treason of the Ineffectuals 000
 Chapter 13. A Little Knight Music 000
 Chapter 14. The Fix Is In 000
 Chapter 15. Dishing the Pops 000
Coda: Parties to a Conspiracy 000
Notes 000
Bibliography 000
Index 000




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States Politics and government 1865-1900, Political culture United States History 19th century, Political parties United States History 19th century, Power (Social sciences) United States History 19th century, Political corruption United States History 19th century