Colorado has recently been at the center of major shifts in
American politics. Indeed, over the last several decades the
political landscape has altered dramatically on both the state and
national levels. State of Change traces the political and
demographic factors that have transformed Colorado, looking beyond
the major shift in the dominant political party from Republican to
Democratic to greater long-term implications.
The increased use of direct democracy has resulted in the
adoption of term limits, major reconstruction of fiscal policy, and
many other changes in both statutory and constitutional law.
Individual chapters address these changes within a range of
contexts--electoral, political, partisan, and institutional--as
well as their ramifications. Contributors also address the possible
impacts of these changes on the state in the future, concluding
that the current state of affairs is fated to be short-lived.
State of Change is the most up-to-date book on Colorado
politics available and will be of value to undergraduate- and
graduate-level students, academics, historians, and anyone involved
with or interested in Colorado politics.
Subjects: Political Science
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