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Items where subject is "Political Science > Political institutions (United States)"

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Barker, David C. and Carman, Christopher Jan (2010) Yes WE can or yes HE can? : citizen preferences regarding styles of representation and presidential voting behavior. Presidential Studies Quarterly, 40 (3). pp. 431-448.

Beckmann, Matthew N. and McGann, Anthony J. (2008) Navigating the legislative divide : polarization, presidents, and policymaking in the United States. Journal of Theoretical Politics, 20 (2). pp. 201-220. ISSN 0951-6298

Carman, Christopher J. and Barker, David C. (2010) Regional subcultures and mass preferences regarding candidate traits in the US. Regional and Federal Studies, 20 (4-5). pp. 515-526. ISSN 1359-7566

Davidson, Neil (2010) Many Capitals, Many States: Logic, Contingency or Mediation? In: Marxism and World Politics: Challenging Global Capitalism. Routledge, London. ISBN 978041547808

Ellis, Mark (2009) Southern White Reaction against Interracial Cooperation, 1900-1930. In: Political Repression in the United States. VU University Press, Amsterdam. ISBN 9789086593194

Grofman, B and Koetzle, W and McGann, AJ (2002) Congressional leadership 1965-96 : a new look at the extremism versus centrality debate. Legislative Studies Quarterly, 27 (1). pp. 87-105. ISSN 0362-9805

Higgins, Michael (2006) Book review: New media campaigns and the managed citizen. [Review]

Higgins, Michael (2007) Book review: The mediated presidency. [Review]

Higgins, Michael (2009) Political action committees. In: Encyclopedia of Journalism. Sage, California, pp. 1081-1083. ISBN 0761929574

Higgins, Michael (2009) Populism and security in political speechmaking : the 2008 US Presidential Campaign. In: Media, Religion and Conflict. Ashgate, Aldershot, pp. 129-144. ISBN 0754678533

Keena, Alex and Latner, Michael and McGann, Anthony and Smith, Charles Anthony (2019) Gill v. Whitford on partisan gerrymandering. In: SCOTUS 2018. Palgrave Macmillan, [S.I.]. ISBN 978-3-030-11254-7

McGann, Anthony and Smith, Charles Anthony and Latner, Michael and Keena, Alex (2016) Gerrymandering in America : The House of Representatives, the Supreme Court and the Future of Popular Sovereignty. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY. ISBN 9781316534342

Patrikios, Stratos (2008) American Republican religion? disentangling the causal link between religion and politics in the US. Political Behavior, 30 (3). pp. 367-389. ISSN 0190-9320

Rose, Richard (2014) Learning about Politics in Time and Space. ECPR Essays . ECPR Press, Colchester. ISBN 9781907301476

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