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Elections and the political order.
New York, Wiley [1966]
(OCoLC)576496985
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Angus Campbell; University of Michigan. Survey Research Center.
OCLC Number: 326578
Description: ix, 385 pages illustrations 24 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction --
I. The flow of the vote --
2. The concept of a normal vote / Philip E. Converse --
3. Surge and decline: a study of electoral change / Angus Campbell --
4. A classification of the presidential election / Angus Campbell --
5. Stability and change in 1960: a reinstating election / Philip E. Converse, Angus Campbell, Warren E. Miller, Donald E. Stokes --
6. Religion and politics: the 1960 election / Philip E. Converse --
7. Party loyalty and the likelihood of deviating elections / Donald E. Stokes --
8. Information flow and the stability of partisan attitudes / Philip E. Converse --
II. Voting and the party system --
9. Spatial models of party competition / Donald E. Stokes --
10. On the existence of forces restoring party competition / Donald E. Stokes and Gudmund R. Iversen --
11. Party government and the saliency of Congress / Donald E. Stokes and Warren E. Miller --
12. On the possibility of major political realignment in the South / Philip E. Converse --
III. Comparative political analysis --
13. Party identification in Norway and the United States / Angus Campbell and Henry Valen --
14. Politicization of the electorate in France and the United States / Philip E. Converse and Georges Dupeux --
15. De Gaulle and Eisenhower: the public image of the victorious general / Philip E. Converse and Georges Dupeux --
IV. Institutional analysis --
16. Constituency influence in Congress / Warren E. Miller and Donald E. Stokes.
Responsibility: [by] Angus Campbell [and others], Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research, the University of Michigan.

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