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Reactionary Republicanism : how the Tea Party in the House paved the way for Trumps victory
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Éditeur Oxford University Press
Année copyright 2018
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Reactionary Republicanism : how the Tea Party in the House paved the way for Trumps victory
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1 vol. X-(316 pages) ; 24 cm
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Resentful republicanism : how the Tea Party in the House paved the way for Trump's victory ; Tea Party to Trump : representing resentful Republicans ; The Tea Party in the House of Representatives ; The representational foundations of Tea Party association in the House ; Tea Party-ness and roll call voting in the House ; Tea Party-ness, bill sponsorship, and legislative effectiveness ; Tea Party-ness and public presentation : aversion-inducing rhetoric and anti-deliberative behavior ; Civility and Tea Party rhetoric : the bridge to Trumpian bluster? ; Tea Partiers on the national stage : the 2012 and 2016 elections ; Tea Party-ness, Trump, and the future of the Republican Party
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In Reactionary Republicanism, Bryan Gervais and Irwin Morris develop the most sophisticated analysis to date for gauging the Tea Party's impact upon the U.S. House of Representatives. They show how the relationship between Trump and the Tea Party has important implications for the trajectory of his administration and conclude with a discussion of these implications and their connection to the future of the Republican Party
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978-0-19-087074-4
978-0-19-087075-1
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