"The main strength of this book is the historical approach, which helps students understand how different party organization/campaigning is today relative to the past."
— Anita Pritchard, Florida Atlantic University
"It introduces students to an important and useful slice of democratic theory in a non-threatening manner."
— Richard Barbiero, SUNY Oneonta
"The greatest strengths of the text are 1) its integration of historical themes with a reevaluation of political science theory, 2) its clear and accessible prose, and 3) its attention to providing web sources and reading lists to assist with future research."
— Peter Ubertaccio, College of the Holy Cross
"New Party Politics provides historical backgrounds, theoretical debates, and timely examples. . . . The chapters are lively and engaging, they keep the readers’ attention with thought-provoking questions. Most importantly, the chapters are not overly-long. They are "bite-size" and can be read in one sitting."
— Gary Aguiar, South Dakota State University