American Political Science Association 2004-Sep-02 to 2004-Sep-02

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"A Monkish Kind of Virtue"? For and Against Humility
 Button, Mark.
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"Bryan, Bryan, Bryan, Bryan": Tragic Populism in Philip Roth's America
 Abbott, Philip.
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"Creole" Nationalism in Cuba: The Consequences of Race
 Laymon, Steven.
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"Draining the Sea or Feeding the Fire?": The Use of Population Relocation in Counterinsurgency Operations
 Greenhill, Kelly.
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"Global Civil Society": an Empirical Portrayal
 Omelicheva, Mariya.
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"Holds" and Private Political Fights
 Steigerwalt, Amy.
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"State Building for Future Wars: How Great Powers Balance Internally to Meet Long Term Threats
 Taliaferro, Jeffrey.
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"The News with Community Views": African Independence and Black Power in the Black Press
 Hayes, Robin.
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"Worked Out in Fractions": Neutral Competence, FDR and the Bureau of the Budget
 Dickinson, Matthew. and Rudalevige, Andrew.
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(Un)Intended Impacts: A Case Study on the Human Impact of Globalization
 Panfilio, Kenneth.
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'State Identity' and 'Collective Self': Problems and Solutions
 Yim, Jaeyeon.

'We Feel Our Freedom': Imagination and Judgment in the Thought of Hannah Arendt
 Zerilli, Linda.
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“Lips and Teeth” or “Boot on Bottom?” – China-North Korea Relations and China’s Interests In the North Korean Nuclear Dilemma
 Moore, Gregory.
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“Optimal” Budget Deficit Reduction Plans: Modeling Executive Decisions
 Anderson, Stephen. and Smirnova, Natalia.
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“THE STRATEGIC USE OF INFORMATION IN CRISES: THE IMPACT OF ADVISORS ON WAR & PEACE”
 Strathman, Brent.
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A Boolean Approach to Party Preference. A Five-Country Study
 Grendstad, Gunnar.
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A Bright Future for Bombing? The Prospects for Successful Military Compellence in a New Century
 Douglas, Frank.
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A Combination of Methods. The Way Forward in Coalition Research
 Bäck, Hanna. and Dumont, Patrick.
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A Comparison of Critical Information Infrastructure Protection in the United States and Germany: An Institutional Perspective
 Pommerening, Christine.
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A Computational Model of Political Cognition: The Dynamics of Candidate Evaluation
 Kim, Sung-youn., Lodge, Milton. and Taber, Charles.
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A Consensus Theory of Political Journalism
 Niven, David.
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A Different World: Relative Causal Inference and the Study of Mixed Electoral Systems
 Ferrara, Federico.
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A Diversionary Compliance Hypothesis of Nuclear Renunciation: The Case of South Africa
 Cho, Sung-Ju.
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A Europe that Can Say No? Collective Action Problems in EU Responses to the George W. Bush Administration
 Smith, Michael.
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A Field Guide to Creative Syncretism, or, How People Make and Remake Institutions
 Galvan, Dennis. and Berk, Gerald.
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A Long Row to Hoe: Setting the Agenda for African American Farmers, 1935-2002.
 Worsham, Jeff., Stores, Chaun. and Kapla, Dale.
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A Minimax Procedure for Negotiating Multilateral Treaties
 Brams, Steven., Kilgour, Marc. and Sanver, Remzi.
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A Model of Adversarial Committees
 Kim, Jaehoon.
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A Model of Campaign Spending in Repeated Elections
 Goodliffe, Jay.
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A Model of Competitive Exclusion: The Palestine/Israeli Case
 Urban, J..
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Backing into the Future: Reconceiving Policy Reform as Intertemporal Choice
 Jacobs, Alan.
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Banana Splits: Nested and Competing Regimes in the Transatlantic Banana Trade Dispute
 Alter, Karen.
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Banishing Idols: Toward the Reconciliation of Democracy and Environmentalism
 Baber, Walter. and Bartlett, Robert.
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Banking on Immigrant Social Capital: Regulating Chicago's Informal Banks, 1900-1929
 Jones, Alethia.
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Bargaining for Costs of Convergence in Exchange Rate Mechanism II: A Rubinstein Threat Game
 Fahrholz, Christian.
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Bargaining in Legislatures over Particularistic and Collective Goods
 Volden, Craig. and Wiseman, Alan.
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Bargaining in the Shadow of War: Bias and Coercion in U.S. Mediation, 1945-1990
 Favretto, Katja.
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Bases for Reflection: The History and Politics of U.S. Military Bases in South Korea
 Marten, Kimberly.
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Bayesian Equilibria and Shifting Power Bargaining Games
 Gochal, Joseph. and Levy, Jack.
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Beauvoir and the Question of Moral Agency
 Hutchings, Kimberly.
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Being the New York Times: the Political Behaviour of a Newspaper
 Puglisi, Riccardo.
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Belonging to Time
 Connolly, William.
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Bentham on Fallibilism and Legal Change
 Schwartzberg, Melissa.
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Better Turn the Other Cheek: The Tragedy of Electoral Boycott and Protest
 Lindberg, Staffan.
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Between Domestic Fears and International Disciplines: EU Regulation of Biotechnology
 Shaffer, Gregory.
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COPING WITH CORPORATISM’S LEGITIMACY DEFICIT: RECENT ATTEMPTS AT REFORMING THE AUSTRIAN CHAMBER SYSTEM
 Viebrock, Elke.
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Campaign Finance in Municipal Elections: Evidence from Three Cities
 Van Vechten, Renee. and Adams, Brian.
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Campaign Specialists, Party Receptivity, and the Professionalization of Election Campaigns
 Smith, Jennifer.
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Campaign Spending Effects in U.S. Senate Elections: Evidence from the National Annenberg Election Survey
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Campaigns, Crises and Communication: Crisis Management in Congressional Campaigns
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Can Computer Mediated Discussion Groups Be Used for Interdisciplinary Instruction in Large Format Courses?
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Can Public Authorities Just Get Things Done? An Analysis of Politically Buffered Institutions in a Contentious Policy Arena
 Bourdeaux, Carolyn.
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Can the United States Be Balanced? If So, How?
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Candidate Appearances on Soft News Shows and Public Awareness of Primary Campaigns
 Brewer, Paul. and Cao, Xiaoxia.
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Candidate Equilibrium and the Behavioral Model of Voter Choice and Turnout: Theoretical Results and Empirical Tests
 Adams, James. and Merrill, Samuel, III.
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Candidate Gender and Voting in Statewide Elections: Evidence from Ohio
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Capabilities
 Stears, Marc.

Capabilities and Freedom
 Kaufman, Alexander.
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Capital Mobility, Exchange Rates and Government Spending in Latin America: 1980-2000
 Avelino, George. and Brown, David S.
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Carnal Hermeneutics and Political Theory
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Dealing with a Self-Made Enemy: The Japanese State's Innovative Responses to Contentious Political Movements Over Time
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Debates about the Possible as a Central Concern in International Relations Theory
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Debating Decentralized Development: A Reconsideration of the Wenzhou and Kerala Models
 Tsai, Kellee.
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Decentralization II and the New Regional Electoral System: Social Impacts and the Party System
 Zimmermann-Steinhart, Petra.
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Deciding When to Step Down: Revisiting Strategic Retirements on the U.S. Supreme Court, 1954-1994
 Beckstrom, Darryn.
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Deciding on Europe: Voting Behavior in EU Referendums
 Hobolt, Sara.
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Decline of Kuomintang (KMT) Electoral Dominance, Factional Conflict and Bureaucratic Reforms in Taiwan
 Baum, Jeeyang.
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Defective Democracies: Towards an Integrated Framework of Democratic Hybrids
 Bogaards, Matthijs.
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Deference to Committees in the Antebellum House of Representatives
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Degrees and Patterns of Party Competition in Electoral Autocracies
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Delegating powers at the state level: Explaining the institutional designs of independent regulatory agencies in Brazil
 Pereira, Carlos. and Melo, Marcus.
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Deleuze and the Kantian Problematic
 Tampio, Nicholas.
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Deliberation and Difference: The Contributions of Civic Dialogue
 Walsh, Katherine.
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Deliberation and Manipulation: Assessing Rhetoric's Threat to Autonomy
 Cordes, Daniel.

Deliberative Civility
 Bohman, James.
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Early Voting Reforms and American Elections
 Gronke, Paul.
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Ecological Regression and Ecological Inference in the Presence of Systematic Bias in the Measurement of the Independent Variable
 Grofman, Bernard. and Barreto, Matt.
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Economic Change, Social Protest, and the Meaning of Democracy in Costa Rica
 Frajman, Eduardo.
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Economic Development through Administrative Reform? The Role of E-government in China
 Chung, Jongpil., Thorson, Stuart. and Ma, Lianjie.
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Economic Governance under New Labour: Negotiated Rule-Making, a New Corporatism, or Consultation Fatigue?
 Howard, Alistair.
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Economic Inequality, Environmental Quality, and International Development
 Bryner, Gary.
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Economic Interests and Public Support for American Foreign Policy
 Fordham, Benjamin.
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Economic Power, Postwar International Finance and the Original Use of ‘Conditionality’
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Economic Voting and Multi-level Governance
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Educated Preferences: Explaining Attitudes Toward Immigration In Europe
 Hainmueller, Jens. and Hiscox, Michael.
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Educating Politics: The Transformation of Federal Education Policy 1965-2002
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Effective Market Power: the domestic institutional roots of international market regulation
 Bach, David. and Newman, Abraham.
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Effects of Local News on Political Representation
 Cohen, Marty., Noel, Hans. and Zaller, John.
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Effects of Skin Color Bias in SES on Political Attitudes and Activities
 Hochschild, Jennifer., Weaver, Vesla. and Burch, Traci.
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Election Observers, Election Boycotts, and Competition: Do International Observers Increase the Chances that an Opposition Party Will Boycott the Election?
 Hyde, Susan.
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Farming the Genetic Frontier: The Transformation of American Agriculture in the 1970s-1980s
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Faultlines in the Recall Election: Was There a Gender Gap?
 Levitt, Melissa. and Naff, Katherine.
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Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail: The Role of Terrorist Threat in Russian Election Campaigns
 Oates, Sarah.
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Federalism and Foreign Affairs in 1960s Civil Rights Reform
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Federalism and the Concept of Sovereignty
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Federalism and the Enhancement of Individual Liberty in the Thought of James Buchanan
 Lynch, George.
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