Arts and Humanities
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Fairness Doctrine, Majority Party, Hypodermic Theory, Citizen Journalism, Party Realignment, Bipartisanship, Divided Government, Reappointment, Minimal Effects Theory, Issue Network, Collective Good, Proportional Representation, Party Polarization, Party Identifiers, Mass Media, Prior Restraint, Party-in-the-electorate, Soft Money, Libel, Astroturf Movement, Critical Election, Disturbance Theory, Legislative Liaison, Agenda Setting, Digital Paywall, Lobbyist, Third Parties, First-past-the-post, Personal Politics, Yellow Journalism, Freedom of Information Act, Fragmentation, Party Press Area, In-house Lobbyist, Media, Redistricting, Plurality Voting, Association, Framing, Outside Lobbying, Political Machine, Membership Organization, Equal-time Rule, Party Organization, Public Interest Group, Particularized Benefit, Voting Cues, Elite Critique, Pluralists, Public Relations, Polarization, Contract Lobbyist, Indecency Regulation, Safe Seat, Muckraking, Soft News, Precinct, Beat, Moderate, Slander, Purposive Incentives, Material Incentives, Lobbying, Majoritarian Voting, Reporter’s Privilege, Efficacy, Interest Groups, Solidary Incentives, Cultivation Theory, Iron Triangle, Revolving Door Laws, Two-party System, Party Platform, Gerrymandering, Citizens United, Minority Party, Political Parties, Party-in-government, Sunshine Laws, Grassroots Movement, Inside Lobbying, Free-rider Problem, Sorting, Priming, Journalism, Neopluralists