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Voters, parties, and elections; quantitative essays in the history of American popular voting behavior. [Compiled by] Joel H. Silbey [and] Samuel T. McSeveney.

; McSeveney, Samuel T., compiler
Lexington, Mass., Xerox College Pub. [1972] .
ISBN 9780536006844, 0536006849

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Other Authors McSeveney, Samuel T.,
Subjects Elections -- United States -- History.
Political parties -- United States -- History.
Political parties.
United States.
Voting -- United States -- History.
Description x, 434 pages illustrations 25 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
Contents Classification of presidential elections, by G. Pomper. -- Social determinism and electoral decision: the case of Indiana, by V.O. Key, Jr., and F. Munger. -- Analyzing American voting, 1830-1860: methods, by R.P. Formisano. -- Suffrage and representation in Maryland from 1776 to 1810: a statistical note and some reflections, by J.R. Pole. -- Suffrage classes and party alignments: a study in voter behavior, by R.P. McCormick. -- Ethnocultural groups and political parties, L. Benson. -- the basis of Alabama's antebellum two-party system, by T.B. Alexander and others. -- The power of political frenzy, by M.F. Holt. -- Immigrant vote in the 1860 election: the case of Iowa, 1868, by R.R. Dykstra and H. Hahn. -- The religious and occupational roots of partyidentification: Illinois and Indiana in 1870's, by R. Jensen. -- The political revolution of the 1890's: a behavioral interpretation, by P. Kleppner. -- Voting in the Northeastern States during the late nineteenth century, by S.T. McSeveney. -- The changing shape of the American political universe, by W.D. Burnham. -- A portrait of ethnic politics: the Socialists and the 1908 and 19l-0 congressional elections on the East Side, by A. Goren. -- Progressives and the working class vote in California, by J.L. Shover. -- Immigrant ethnicity in achanging politics: Chicago from progressivism to FDR, by J.M. Allswang. -- The cities and the election of 1928: partisan realignment? By J.M. Clubb and H.W. Allen. -- The LaFollete revolution and the Pittsburg vote, 1932, by B. Stave. -- The development and persistence of ethnic voting, by R.E. Wolfinger. -- Surge and decline: a study of electoral change, by A.C. Campbell. -- Stability and change in 1960: a reinstating election, by P.E. Converse and others. -- American voting behavior and the 1964 election, by W.D. Burnham. -- Continuity and change in American politics: parties and issued in the 1968 election by P.E. Converse and others. -- Bibliography (pages 429-434).
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)554205
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Silbey, Joel H.,
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