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The Metropolitan Frontier and American Politics


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Transaction Introduction, Preface, Introduction / Themes and Issues, PART I CITIES, FRONTIERS, AND SECTIONS, Chapter 1 / The Metropolitan Frontier, Chapter 2 / The Cities of the Prairie and the Three Frontiers, Chapter 3 / The Cities of the Prairie and the Greater West, PART II STREAMS OF MIGRATION AND POLITICAL CULTURE, Chapter 4 / The Cities of the Prairie and the American Migrations, Chapter 5 / Political Cleavages and Political Control, Chapter 6 / Political Culture and Politics in State and Community, Chapter 7 / Competing Political Cultures in Illinois, Chapter 8 / Variations in State Political Cultures and Their Political Meaning, PART III CITIES, STATES, AND NATION, Chapter 9 / The Cities of the Prairie and the American Partnership, Postscript The Civil Community at Midfrontier, Appendix A The Method of the Exploration, Appendix B The Research Outline and Guide, Appendix C The Concept of Cultural Streams, Appendix D A List of Source Materials, Index

About the Author

Daniel J. Elazar (1934-1999) was president of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, and professor of political science and director of the Center for the Study of Federalism at Temple University. He authored many books, including the four-volume series The Covenant Tradition in Politics, available from Transaction.

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