Table of contents for Elephant's edge : the Republicans as a ruling party / Andrew J. Taylor ; foreword by Norman J. Ornstein.

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Table of Contents
Foreword								x
Preface									3
1. American Party Politics Today					11
2. Uneven Playing Field: The Constitutional and 
Geographical Origins of the Republican Advantage			36
3. Elephants in the House: After Forty Years in the Wilderness,
Playing the Democrats at their Own Game				70
4. Governing Stealthily: Republicans in the States and the Courts	119
5. Trapping the Donkey: Foreign Policy as Republican Advantage	167
6. Trapping the Donkey Again: Domestic Policy as 
Republican Advantage						202
7. The Well-Oiled Machine: The Republican Party Organization,
Allied Interests, and Political Money					249
8. Winning Hearts and Minds: The Media and the Republican
Ideas Industry								298
9. Social, Economic, and Attitudinal Change as Republican
Advantage: Public Opinion and the Politics of Wealth, Work, 
Faith, and Race							331
10. The Republicans as a Ruling (not Majority) Party		369
Select Bibliography							391

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ).
Political parties -- United States.
United States -- Politics and government -- 2001-.