By Tim Rees, Andrew Thorpe
The Communist foreign used to be shaped in Moscow in 1919 as a manufacturing facility of worldwide revolution, yet used to be dissolved in 1943 with no need led a unmarried winning working-class rebellion. This entire new number of essays makes use of a number of the newly to be had Russian and East ecu resources to seem back on the heritage of this so much attention-grabbing of political phenomena.
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These should also be the districts that suffer the greatest losses as the forces recede at the midterm. In addition to a statistical analysis of districts in the 1976–78 and 1984–86 election years, I present two case studies to illustrate the impact of surge and decline. In chapter 8, the analysis drops a final notch to that of the individual voter. I test several hypotheses of the revised theory of surge and decline about differences in the composition and behavior of presidential and midterm electorates.
While some midterms have left the president's party devastated, others have been far less costly. In eleven of the thirty-four post-1860 midterm elections, the president's party lost fewer than fifteen seats. Aside from the 1934 aberration of a nine-seat gain and the phantom gain of 1902 (when the president's party appeared to gain seats only because the total number of seats in the House increased in that election), the president's party sustained losses of fewer than five seats in three midterms, two of which were the midterms during and immediately following the Civil War.
3 For those not already familiar with this theory a synopsis is in order. A more intensive examination of the foundations and premises of the theory follows in chapter 2. ” While the obvious purpose of the theory is to explain the midterm change in the electoral fortunes of the president's party, the theory is also concerned with another type of electoral change: the surge and decline of voter turnout from on-year to midterm elections. Turnout as well as support for the president's party drops in midterm elections.