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  • Hennessy Bernard (SAGE Publications, 1985-07-01)
    Analyses of 1880 Census samples of 21-plus male citizens show a turnout of 50% to 69% for California, but nearly 90% for Ohio. Registration was required in California in 1866. A sample of 690 names from the June 1880 Census ...
  • Неизвестный автор (SAGE Publications, 1986-01-01)
  • Jackson John S.; Hitlin Robert A. (Sage Publications, 1976-10-01)
  • Bozeman Barry (Sage Publications, 1977-10-01)
  • REID TRACIEL V. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1988-07-01)
    Interpretivism is a theory of judicial decision making that holds that modern constitutional adjudication should be grounded upon the values originally incorporated in the Constitution by its drafters. Interpretivists have ...
  • Uslaner Eric M. (Sage Publications, 1981-01-01)
    Members of the House of Representatives appear to be extremely concerned about the potential effects of issue voting on their reelection drives while Senators do not seem similarly worried. Are these views realistic? Using ...
  • Hermann John R. (Sage Publications, 1997-04-01)
    A recent development in the judicial behavior literature on Supreme Court agenda setting is the examination of case selection within particular areas of the law. To that end, this study examines the Supreme Court's ...
  • Bennetr Stephen Earl (Sage Publications, 1995-07-01)
    This article uses recent National Election Studies to assess what Americans know about ideology. Although Converse's study of mass belief systems made knowledge of ideological terms an indicator of ideological sophistication, ...
  • Kenney Patrick J.; Rice Tom W. (Sage Publications, 1992-07-01)
    In this article, the authors develop a model that details how individuals come to prefer one candidate over others during the presidential nomination campaign. The model places the forces that influence nomination preferences ...
  • Weatherford M. Stephen; James Henry (Sage Publications, 1988-01-01)
    Political business cycle models of economic policymaking have been welcomed by both political scientists and economists. They improve on economic approaches by explicitly modeling a political component (the electoral ...
  • Neiman Max (Sage Publications, 1977-01-01)
  • Rathjen Gregory J. (Sage Publications, 1974-10-01)
  • Kenney Patrick J.; Rice Tom W. (Sage Publications, 1989-04-01)
    In this article we examine empirically the minimax hypothesis. The hypothesis holds that individuals are motivated to incur the minimal costs of voting in order to avoid the maximum regret: Their preferred candidate losing ...
  • Flemming Gregory N.; Holian David B.; Mezey Susan Gluck (Sage Publications, 1998-01-01)
    This study predicts state supreme court judges' votes on claims based on a right to privacy by estimating an integrated model that incorporates contextual, attitudinal, and legal variables, including U.S. Supreme Court ...
  • Leyden Kevin M.; Borrelli Stephen A. (Sage Publications, 1994-10-01)
    Despite the growing importance of political parties as campaign service providers and as organizational forces in the U.S. House, few have explored the linkages between party campaign activities in House elections and ...
  • Parker Glenn R. (Sage Publications, 1976-10-01)
  • Comer John (Sage Publications, 1976-01-01)
  • DE MAIO GERALD; MUZZIO DOUGLAS; SHARRARD GEORGE (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1983-07-01)
    Approval voting has been offered by a number of formal theorists, notably Steven Brams and Peter Fishburn (1983), as a solution to problems occasioned by multicandidate elections. The formal development of approval voting ...
  • Swinford Bill (Sage Publications, 1991-07-01)
    In recent years, numerous state governments have seen their methods of financing public primary and secondary education challenged as unconstitutional. To date, 13 state supreme courts have upheld their financing systems ...