- Title Pages
- Introduction Facing the Challenge of Democracy
- I How Do Political Scientists Know What Citizens Want?
- II Purposive Mass Belief Systems concerning Foreign Policy
- III Cosmopolitanism
- IV Running to the Right
- V Pathways to Conservative Identification
- VI Partisan Differences in Job Approval Ratings of George W. Bush and U.S. Senators in the States
- VII Political Participation, Polarization, and Public Opinion
- VIII Political Parties in the Capital Economy of Modern Campaigns
- IX Candidates and Parties in Congressional Elections
- X The Myth of the Independent Voter Revisited
- XI Who Really Votes?
- XII Who Governs if Everyone Votes?
- XIII The Effects of Registration Laws on Voter Turnout
- XIV Issue Preferences, Civic Engagement, and the Transformation of American Politics
- Facing the Challenge of Democracy
- Paul M. Sniderman, Benjamin Highton
- Princeton University Press
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