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  • Author:
    Euel W Elliott
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    0813376335
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    978-0813376332
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    Westview Press; 1 edition (April 20, 1989)
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    140 pages
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Issues and Elections : Presidential Voting in Contemporary America - A Revisionist View.

Issues and Elections : Presidential Voting in Contemporary America - A Revisionist View. Elliott (political science, U. of Georgia) defines the relationship between issues that are influential at the individual level and conditions necessary for these issues to influence and explain outcomes.

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Although elections are the main mechanism by which the public can hold .

2 Nevertheless, a series of recent and geographically diverse studies offer persuasive evidence that biases in turnout do, in fact, translate into biases in policy.

Elliott (political science, U. of Georgia) defines the relationship between issues that are influential at the individual level and conditions necessary for these issues to influence and explain outcomes. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.