- Title Pages
IntroductionFacing the Challenge of Democracy
IHow Do Political Scientists Know What Citizens Want?
IIPurposive Mass Belief Systems concerning Foreign Policy
IVRunning to the Right
VPathways to Conservative Identification
VIPartisan Differences in Job Approval Ratings of George W. Bush and U.S. Senators in the States
VIIPolitical Participation, Polarization, and Public Opinion
VIIIPolitical Parties in the Capital Economy of Modern Campaigns
IXCandidates and Parties in Congressional Elections
XThe Myth of the Independent Voter Revisited
XIWho Really Votes?
XIIWho Governs if Everyone Votes?
XIIIThe Effects of Registration Laws on Voter Turnout
XIVIssue 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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