Continuity and Change in Electoral Politics, 1893-1928, Paul Kleppner
Realignment: The Theory That Changed the Way We Think about American Politics, Theodore Rosenof Reviewed by Kristi Andersen
Who Voted? The Dynamics of Electoral Turnout, 1870-1980, Paul Kleppner Reviewed by Kristi Andersen
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