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ORGANIZATION OF POLITICAL PARTIES
IN TWO VOLUMES
TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH
FREDERICK CLARKE, M.A.
WITH A PREFACE BY
THE RIGHT HON. JAMES BRYCE, M.P.
AUTHOR OF THE AMERICAN COMMONWEALTH "
LONDON: MACMILLAN & CO., LTD.
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Set up and electrotyped. Published November, 1902. Reprinted
Norwood, Mass., U.S.A.
CONTENTS OF THE SECOND VOLUME
II. In the early years of the Union, when parties were not clearly
developed, and the influence of the ruling classes was power-
becomes general .
oped in spite of reiterated protests. How the sanction of
the Constitution with the object of introducing the district
VII. The legislative Caucus in the States was doomed as well. How
it had long been itself paving the way, as regards nomina-
which he feels of resting this party on an elaborate local
Van Buren his best pupil. The development of the breed of
IV. The politicians” who followed in Jackson's train demand
places as a reward. How their demands are met. The