The Political Culture of the American Whigs, Daniel Walker Howe
The Third Electoral System, 1853-1892: Parties, Voters, and Political Cultures, Paul Kleppner Reviewed by Richard L. McCormick
The Politics of Benevolence: Revival Religion and American Voting Behavior, John L. Hammond Reviewed by Richard L. McCormick
The Radical Republicans and Reform in New York During Reconstruction, James C. Mohr Reviewed by Richard L. McCormick
Ethno-Cultural Interpretations of Nineteenth-Century American Voting Behavior, Richard L. McCormick
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