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1988
Southwell, Priscilla L. The Mobilization Hypothesis and Voter Turnout in Congressional Elections, 1974-1982. Western Political Quarterly. 41, (2), 273-287.
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1989
Claggett, William . Partisan Acquisition, Policy Relevant Parties, and Realignments. Western Political Quarterly. 42, (2), 225-244.
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1986
Cover, Albert D. Party Competence Evaluations and Voting for Congress. Western Political Quarterly. 39, (2), 304-312.
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1982
Shaffer, Stephen D. Policy differences between voters and non-voters in American elections. Western Political Quarterly. 35, (4), 496-510.
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1992
Hanson, Russell C. The political acculturation of migrants in the American states. Western Political Quarterly. 45, (2), 355-383.
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1982
Lowery, David,  Sigelman, Lee . Political culture and state public policy: The missing link. Western Political Quarterly. 35, (3), 376-384.
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1983
Campbell, James E. The return of the incumbents: The nature of the incumbency advantage. Western Political Quarterly. 36, (3), 434-444.
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1985
Cover, Albert D. Surge and Decline in Congressional Elections. Western Political Quarterly. 38, (4), 606-619.
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