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Party Campaigning in the 1980s, by Paul S. Herrnson

Party Campaigning in the 1980s, by Paul S. Herrnson 534 1 POLITICAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY Felipe Gonzalez, and Andreas Papandreou, portend the eclips of e catch-all mas s parties once , predicted by Otto Kirschheimer and , their replaceme in nt the age of electronicall creat y ed images by a new form of personalismo, beside which the party machinery itself becomes a mere appendage? And is it necessar good ily for the Italia repub n lic that Italia Sociali n sts rema in single-minded in their deman d that the republ ’s ic president be directl ele y cted? A more patentl self y -servi at ng ­ tempt to disguise as a needed constitutional reform one man ’s monocrati ambi c ­ tions is difficul tto imagine. It may wel l be exaggera ted for Italians to draw parallels between Bettino Craxi and Benito Mussolini But . one would expec tmore evidence to this effect than the author ’s reliance on the flimsy views of a right-wing journalist This . is particu ­ larly so in view of DiScala ’s observations offered almos as t throwawa lines y that Craxi lacks the “pacific qualities ” for the vocation of the priesthood he once sought , or that http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Political Science Quarterly Oxford University Press

Party Campaigning in the 1980s, by Paul S. Herrnson

Political Science Quarterly , Volume 104 (3): 2 – Sep 15, 1989

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1989 The Academy of Political Science
ISSN
0032-3195
eISSN
1538-165X
DOI
10.2307/2151282
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Abstract

534 1 POLITICAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY Felipe Gonzalez, and Andreas Papandreou, portend the eclips of e catch-all mas s parties once , predicted by Otto Kirschheimer and , their replaceme in nt the age of electronicall creat y ed images by a new form of personalismo, beside which the party machinery itself becomes a mere appendage? And is it necessar good ily for the Italia repub n lic that Italia Sociali n sts rema in single-minded in their deman d that the republ ’s ic president be directl ele y cted? A more patentl self y -servi at ng ­ tempt to disguise as a needed constitutional reform one man ’s monocrati ambi c ­ tions is difficul tto imagine. It may wel l be exaggera ted for Italians to draw parallels between Bettino Craxi and Benito Mussolini But . one would expec tmore evidence to this effect than the author ’s reliance on the flimsy views of a right-wing journalist This . is particu ­ larly so in view of DiScala ’s observations offered almos as t throwawa lines y that Craxi lacks the “pacific qualities ” for the vocation of the priesthood he once sought , or that

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Political Science QuarterlyOxford University Press

Published: Sep 15, 1989

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