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2013
Bailey, Martha J.,  Duquette, Nicolas J. How Johnson fought the war on poverty: The economics and politics of funding at the office of economic opportunity. Research Paper. 11/22/2013, Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan.
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2009
Bó, Ernesto Dal,  Bó, Pedro Dal,  Snyder, Jason . Political dynasties. Review of Economic Studies. 76, (1), 115-142.
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2009
Murakami, Michael H. Minority status, ideology, or opportunity: Explaining the greater retirement of house Republicans. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 34, (2), 219-244.
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2004
Lee, David S.,  Moretti, Enrico,  Butler, Matthew J. Do voters affect or elect policies? Evidence from the U.S. House. Quarterly Journal of Economics. 119, (3), 807-859.
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2003
Solowiej, Lisa,  Brunell, Thomas L. The Entrance of Women to the U.S. Congress: The Widow Effect. Political Research Quarterly. 56, (3), 283-292.
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2003
Snyder, James M. Jr.,  Ting, Michael M. Roll calls, party labels, and elections. Political Analysis. 11, (4), 419-444.
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1997
Box-Steffensmeier, Janet M.,  Jones, Bradford S. Time is of the essence: Event history models in political science. American Journal of Political Science. 41, (4), 1414-1461.
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1997
Crook, Sara Brandes,  Hibbing, John R. A not-so-distant mirror: the 17th Amendment and congressional change. American Political Science Review. 91, (4), 845-853.
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1996
Gilmour, John B.,  Rothstein, Paul . A dynamic model of loss, retirement, and tenure in the U.S. House of Representatives. Journal of Politics. 58, (1), 54-68.
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1996
Katz, Jonathan N.,  Sala, Brian R. Careerism, committee assignments, and the electoral connection. American Political Science Review. 90, (1), 21 -
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1996
Maltzman, Forrest,  Sigelman, Lee,  Binder, Sarah . Leaving Office Feet First: Death in Congress. PS, Political Science and Politics. 29, (4), 665-671.
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1995
Regens, James L.,  Gaddie, Ronald Keith,  Lockerbie, Brad . The Electoral Consequences of Voting to Declare War. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 39, (1), 168-182.
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1994
Nye, Mary Alice . Party Support in the House of Representatives: Generational Replacement, Seniority, or Member Conversion?. American Politics Quarterly. 22, (2), 175-189.
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1993
Gilmour, John B.,  Rothstein, Paul . Early Republican retirement: a cause of democratic dominance in the House of Representatives. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 18, (3), 345-365.
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1993
Livingston, Steven G.,  Friedman, Sally . Reexamining theories of congressional retirement: Evidence from the 1980s. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 18, (2), 231-253.
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1992
Allen, Howard W.,  Slagter, Robert . Congress in Crisis: Changes in Personnel and the Legislative Agenda in the U.S. Congress in the 1890s. Social Science History. 16, (3), 401-420.
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1992
Canon, David T.,  Sousa, David J. Party system change and political career structures in the U.S. Congress. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 17, (3), 347-363.
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1989
(author unknown) . Reelection Rates of House Incumbents. Congressional Record House. 58; 135 Cong Rec H 1, .
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1986
Austin, Erik W. Political Facts of the United States Since 1789. New York, NY: Columbia University Press.
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1985
Brace, Paul . A probabilistic approach to retirement from the U.S. Congress. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 10, (1), 107-123.
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1984
Brace, Paul . Progressive ambition in the House: A probabilistic approach. Journal of Politics. 46, (2), 556-571.
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1983
Brookshire, Robert G.,  Duncan, Dean F., III . Congressional Career Patterns and Party Systems. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 8, (1), 65-78.
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1982
Hibbing, John R. Voluntary retirements from the House in the twentieth century. Journal of Politics. 44, (4), 1020-1034.
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1976
Bogue, Allan G.,  Clubb, Jerome M.,  McKibbin, Carroll R.,  Traugott, Santa A. Members of the House of Representatives and the process of modernization, 1789-1960. Journal of American History. 63, (2), 275-302.
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