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Study Title/Investigator
26.
Multi-City Study of Urban Inequality, 1992-1994: [Atlanta, Boston, Detroit, and Los Angeles] (ICPSR 2535)
Bobo, Lawrence; Johnson, James ; Oliver, Melvin; et al.
28.
National Politics Study, 2004 (ICPSR 24483)
Jackson, James S.; Hutchings, Vincent L.; Brown, Ronald; et al.
29.
National Race and Politics Survey 1991
Sniderman, Paul M.; Tetlock, Philip E.; Piazza, Thomas
30.
National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003 (ICPSR 27121)
Jackson, James S.; Caldwell, Cleopatra; Williams, David R.; et al.
32.
Negro Political Attitudes, 1964 (ICPSR 7002)
Marx, Gary T.
33.
Negro Political Participation Study, 1961-1962 (ICPSR 7255)
Matthews, Donald; Prothro, James
35.
Party Elites in the United States, 1976: Democratic National Convention Delegates (ICPSR 8207)
Jackson, John S. III; Hitlin, Robert A.
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Party Elites in the United States, 1980: Republican and Democratic Party Leaders (ICPSR 8209)
Jackson, John S. III; Brown, Barbara Leavitt
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Party Elites in the United States, 1984: Republican and Democratic Party Leaders (ICPSR 8617)
Jackson, John S. III; Bositis, David; Baer, Denise
39.
Racial Attitudes in Fifteen American Cities, 1968 (ICPSR 3500)
Campbell, Angus; Schuman, Howard
42.
United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 (ICPSR 4607)
Howard, Marc M.; Gibson, James L.; Stolle, Dietlind
43.
University of Washington-Beyond High School (UW-BHS) (ICPSR 33321)
Hirschman, Charles; Almgren, Gunnar
45.
World Survey II: Attitudes Toward Domestic and Foreign Affairs, 1964 (ICPSR 7048)
United States Information Agency
46.
Youth and Development Survey, 1974 (ICPSR 7510)
Campbell, Bruce
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