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1973
Wallace, Michael D. Alliance Polarization, Cross-Cutting, and International War, 1815-1964: A Measurement Procedure and Some Preliminary Evidence. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 17, (4), 575-604.
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1970
Singer, J. David,  Wallace, Michael . Intergovernmental Organization and the Preservation of Peace, 1816-1964: Some Bivariate Relationships. International Organization. 24, (3), 520-547.
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1970
Wallace, Michael,  Singer, J. David . Intergovernmental organization in the global system, 1815-1964: A quantitative description. International Organization. 24, (2), 239-287.
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1971
Pelowski, Allan L. On the Use of a Quasi-Experimental Design in the Study of International Organization and War. Journal of Peace Research. 8, (3-4), 279-285.
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1993
Moul, William B. Polarization, Polynomials, and War. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 37, (4), 735-748.
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1972
Modelski, George . Principles of World Politics. New York: Free Press.
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1975
Azar, Edward E.,  Ben-Dak, Joseph D. Theory and Practice of Events Research: Studies in Inter-Nation Actions and Interactions. New York: Gordon and Breach Science Publishers.
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1998
Russett, Bruce M.,  Oneal, John R.,  Davis, David R. The third leg of the Kantian tripod for peace: international organizations and militarized disputes, 1950-1985. International Organization. 52, (3), 441 -
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