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1 Chapter 11: Political Parties, Bipartisanship, and Interest Groups James M. McCormick American Foreign Policy and Process Fifth Edition
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2 Political Parties and Bipartisanship The bipartisan tradition—from the Cold War to the Vietnam War The limits of bipartisanship and the effects of Vietnam The growing partisan and ideological divisions on foreign policy issues
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3 Congressional Voting and the Decline of Bipartisanship Bipartisanship in Foreign Policy Voting, 1947-1988: Very mixed evidence Partisan differences in congressional voting has always existed since WW II Partisan divisions today have increased: Evidence from Ronald Reagan to George W. Bush
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4 Partisan Politics and Foreign Policy: Some Reasons Why The impact of divided government Partisan and ideological cleavages between the parties Proliferation of issues produce more, not fewer, partisan divisions New security issues may divide, not unify, too.
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5 Parties, Elections, and Foreign Policy
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