Overland Monthly told its readers that the American Party
evinced "a desire to have the municipal offices administered only by native Americans," by which they meant native-born Americans (Editor 1886, 551).
Top scholars offer original writings specifically for this volume as they consider state and federal parties, the American party
system, and campaign finance in this new political milieu.
SOUTH American party
fever came to Cardiff today as Wales' first Brazilian restaurant opened for business.
AN American party
company swept-in to save 4,500 jobs and 397 Clinton Cards stores yesterday.
Neither major American party
is advocating a policy of economic stimulus.
Among specific topics are a 20-year survey of Canadian attitudes towards homosexuality and gay rights, African-American Protestants and the struggle over legal rights for gay and lesbian couples, Roman Catholics and same-sex marriage in Quebec, and evidence from the 2004 US election on the politics of marriage and American party
The O'Connor fight underscores the degree to which Roosevelt's 1938 bid for programmatic partisan coherence was an assault not merely on conservative elements in the "Solid South" but on core features of the traditional American party
system itself--the patchworks of state and local machines, the nonideological ties of group, section, and interest.
First up were an American party
who asked me to snap them, then my dad got involved, then a pair of Italians requested I act as official photographer again, then we moved aside to allow Rickie Fowler and Bubba Watson to pose for personal pictures with their girlfriends and mates.
girl Paris Hilton and her friend, former Playboy Playmate Jennifer Rovero, appeared for allegedly smoking a joint.
AaAaAa He said the American party
is committed to addressing the issue of the access of some Moroccan products to the US market such as red fruits as soon as possible.
In line with this, through a direct telephone conversation with the American party
, it was decided to arrange for this game after the World Cup is played in South Africa [next summer].
Together, these two groups constitute 40 percent of the American electorate, and over the past generation evangelicals have been the biggest story in American party