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1998
Atkeson, Lonna Rae,  Partin, Randall W. Economic and Referendum Voting and the Problem of Data Choice: A Reply. American Journal of Political Science. 42, (3), 1003-1007.
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2002
Lau, Richard R.,  Pomper, Gerald M. Effectiveness of negative campaigning in U.S. Senate elections. American Journal of Political Science. 46, (1), 47-66.
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2002
Barrilleaux, Charles J.,  Holbrook, Thomas M.,  Langer, Laura . Electoral Competition, Legislative Balance, and American State Welfare Policy. American Journal of Political Science. 46, (2), 415-427.
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1997
Sellers, Patrick J. Fiscal consistency and federal district spending in congressional elections. American Journal of Political Science. 41, (3), 1024-1041.
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1996
Gerber, Elisabeth R. Legislative response to the threat of popular initiatives. American Journal of Political Science. 40, (1), 99-128.
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1997
Hill, Kim Quaile,  Hanna, Stephen,  Shafqat, Sahar . The liberal-conservative ideology of U.S. Senators: A new measure. American Journal of Political Science. 41, (4), 1395-1413.
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1996
Jones, Bradford S.,  Norrander, Barbara . The reliability of aggregated public opinion measures. American Journal of Political Science. 40, (1), 295-309.
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1996
Oppenheimer, Bruce I. The representational experience: The effect of state population on senator-constituency linkages. American Journal of Political Science. 40, (4), 1280-1299.
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