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"A Bizarre, Even Opaque Practice": Habermas on Constitutionalism and Democracy
 Thomassen, Lasse.
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"A Poem Should Not Mean/But Be": A Reading of Poems
 Quaid, Diane.
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"It's Nothing Personal but…": Individual vs. Contextual Determinants of Support for Anti-Immigrant Parties in Western Europe
 Gibson, Rachel. and Swenson, Tami.
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"Life as Literature": Wright Morris's "Love Among the Cannibals"
 Kochin, Michael.
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"Moral Values" and the 2004 Presidential Elections
 Lim, Elvin.
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"The Idea of the Enemy"
 Creppell, Ingrid.
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"The Mouse the Roared": Agenda Setting in Canadian Pesticides Policy
 Pralle, Sarah.
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"The State of American Federalism, 2004: 'Is Federalism still a core value'?"
 Krane, Dale.
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"There Must Be a Reason": Osama, Saddam, and Inferred Justification
 Prasad, Monica., Perrin, Andrew., Bezila, Kieran., Hoffman, Steve., Kindleberger, Kate., Manturuk, Kim. and Powers, Ashleigh Smith.
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21st Century Americanism: What it is and where it comes from
 Schildkraut, Deborah.
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'New American Majority' and the Politics of Welfare in the Nixon Era
 Michelmore, Molly.
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'Striking Differences'? Labor and the Political Economy of Protest in New Democracies
 Aleman, Jose.
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'Tis Reasonable to Think that the Cause is Natural: Human History and National Law in Locke's Two Treatises
 Forster, Greg.
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'What does Heaven ever say?' The Challenge of Chinese Classicism to the Western Model of Cross-Cultural Dialogue
 Jenco, Leigh.
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¿Somos "Hispanics"?: Partisan Hispanic Outreach and the Question of Identity
 Miller, Jennifer.
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A Bias toward Loss Aversion in the Choice to Enter Risky Cooperative Games
 Johnson, Tim., Myagkov, Mikhail. and Orbell, John.
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A Connecticut Yankee in Saddam’s Court: Mark Twain on Benevolent Imperialism
 Johnson, Joel.
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A Cross-National Comparison of Political Business Cycles: Are They More Prevalent in Developing Countries than Developed Countries?
 Krieckhaus, Jonathan.
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A Culture of Crisis: Information, Public Opinion and the Scope of American Civil Liberties in the Era of Terrorist Threat
 Merola, Linda.
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A Dangerous Separation: The Schism Between the American Society and Its Military
 Wrona, Richard.
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A Dual Democratic Deficit?: Internationalization and Accountability in Post-Communist Central Banking
 Johnson, Juliet.
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A Feeling Man's Game: Affect and Voter Information Processing and Learning in a Campaign
 Civettini, Andrew J.W..
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A Field Experiment Testing Negative Campaign Tactics
 Nickerson, David. and Arceneaux, Kevin.
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A Formal Model of Learning and Policy Diffusion
 Volden, Craig., Ting, Michael. and Carpenter, Daniel.
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A Geopolitical Analysis of a Balkanized Iraq; the Political, Economic and Military Viability of Trisected Iraqi Ethnic States.
 Vanzo, John.
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A Global Forecasting Model of Political Instability
 Goldstone, Jack., Bates, Robet., Gurr, Ted. and Marshall, Monty.
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A Global Rogue in the Neighborhood: The North Korean Nuclear Challenge and Norm Contestation in East Asia
 Cho, Il Hyun.
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A License to Kill: Dissent, Threats and State Repression in the United States
 Davenport, Christian.
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A Matter of Trust: Cognition, Institutions, and the Sources of Credible Commitment
 Jacobs, Alan.
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A Method of Reflective Equilibrium for Democratic Theory
 Fung, Archon.
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Back From the Dead: STV and the 2004 Local Government Elections in New Zealand
 Vowles, Jack.
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Back to the Future with Sovereignty: Extraterritoriality as a Source of Rules in Global Governance
 Putnam, Tonya.
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Balancing Turmoil: Containing Conflict and the Rise of Zones of Peace
 Smith, Michael.
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Bargaining Rigidities and the Rationality of War
 Chadefaux, Thomas.
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Bargaining for Autonomy: Why States and Self-Determination Movements Fail
 Cunningham, Kathleen.
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Bargaining over International Multilateral Agreements: The Duration of Negotiations
 Simonelli, Nicole.
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Battleground States versus Blackout States: The Behavioral Implications of Modern Presidential Campaigns
 Kaufmann, Karen. and Gimpel, James.
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Bayesian Decision-Makers Confront the Power Cycle: A Formal Model
 Doran, Charles F.. and Doran, Kirk.
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Be Fruitful and Multiply? Church Size and the Generation of Social Capital
 Calhoun-Brown, Allison.
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Because I Was Asked or Because It Mattered?: Understanding the Success and the Limits of the Youth and Women's GOTV Efforts in 2004
 Baer, Denise.
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Being David Laitin: The Fearon Factor
 Hopf, Ted.
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Being Policed? Or Just Pleasing Themselves? The Case of MPs in the 2005 UK Geneal Election
 Cowley, Philip.
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Benchmark and the Informed Public
 Rossum, Ralph.
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Between Solidarity and Diversity: Immigration, Trust and the Welfare State in Modern Societies
 Crepaz, Markus.
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Beyond Manicheanism: Assessing the New Constitutionalism
 Hilbink, Lisa.
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CARE’s Decision to propose Programa SUR for the Southern Border Region of Ecuador, A Case Study of NGO Decison-making
 Aviel, JoAnn.
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Cabinet Durability in Presidential Democracies
 Amorim Neto, Octavio.
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Camelot Only Comes but Once? John F. Kerry and the Catholic Vote
 Gray, Mark., Perl, Paul. and Bendyna, Mary.
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Campaign Advertising and Democratic Citizenship: Evaluating the Case Against Negative Political Ads
 Jackson, Robert., Mondak, Jeffery. and Carmines, Edward.
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Campaign Finance Laws and Candidacy Decisions in State Legislative Elections
 Hogan, Robert. and Hamm, Keith.
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Campaign and Media Attention to an Issue Causes Learning-Based Effects, Not Priming
 Lenz, Gabriel.
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Can International Financial Institutions be Democratic?
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Can Social Capital Account for Differences in Political Participation Across American Cities?
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Can the Leopard Change Its Spots? Legacy Unions in New Democracies
 Caraway, Teri.
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Can the New Economic Geography Explain Inequality Between the Great Plains and Great Lakes?
 Hoaby, Scott.
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Canadian and American Food Safety Regulation under NAFTA: The Case of BSE
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Candidate Religious Affiliations and Voters` Stereotypes
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Canons or Cannons? On Mobilizing Global Democracy
 Dallmayr, Fred.
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Capability, Freedom and Democracy
 Abraham, Arun.
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Care Theory and International Relations: Defining a Moral Minimum
 Engster, Dan.
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DSM-III and the Political Revolution in the Classification of Mental Illness
 Mayes, Rick.
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Dance with the one who brought you: Latino partisan fidelity
 de la Garza, Rodolfo. and Cortina, Jeronimo.
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Death of a Township: Impact of the 2002 Tax-For-Fee Reform in Northwest China
 Kennedy, John.
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Deaths, Deficits, and Dead-ends: The Limits of the America's Democratic Realist Impulse
 Western, Jon.
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Debating the Direction of Comparative Politics: An Analysis of Leading Journals
 Munck, Gerardo.
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Decentralization and Regime Transformation
 Landry, Pierre.
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Decision Making on Behalf of Others
 Hibbing, John. and Alford, John.
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Decisiveness of Elections and Voter Turnout under French Fifth Republic, 1958-2002
 Sauger, Nicolas.
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Declarations of War: Withering Vestiges or Significant Signals?
 Djuranovic, Marko.
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Declining Fortunes: The Senate Foreign Relations Committee from 1946-2004
 Fowler, Linda. and Law, R. Brian.
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Decomposing State Ideology
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Deep Freeze: How Business Shapes the Legislative Debate Over New Environmental Problems
 Layzer, Judith.
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Defeat in Victory: Conservatives in South Korea's Democratic Consolidation
 Kim, Byung-Kook.
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Defending Human Rights in the Age of Terror
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Defining Human Rights in Economic Terms: The Role of the IMF and the World Bank in Analyzing the Effects of Globalization on Human Rights.
 Blackmon, Pamela.
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E-Associations? Using Technology to Connect Citizens: The Case of Meetup.com
 Sander, Thomas.
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E-Government in the Federal Republic of Germany: How institutions shape local governments' technology policies
 Cassell, Mark.
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E-terrorism: The Powerful Weapons of Islamic Jihad
 Mazzoleni, Gianpietro.
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E.H. Carr and the Troubled Origins of American Realism
 Cox, Michael.
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EU Policy Implementation: A Question of Oversight
 Jensen, Christian.
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Early Elite Conflict and Ruling Party Regimes
 Brownlee, Jason.
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Early Voting in Florida 2004
 Gronke, Paul., Bishin, Benjamin., Stevens, Daniel. and galanes-rosenbaum, Eva.
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Early Voting in Texas: Electoral Reform, Party Mobilization and Voter Turnout
 Stein, Robert., Owens, Chris. and Leighley, Jan.
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Ecological Inference for large tables - The 1992 presidential vote in California
 Thomsen, Soren.
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Economic Accountability and Strategic Calibration in Japan's Liberal Democratic Party
 Burden, Barry.
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Economic Inequality and Democratic Responsiveness: A Vicious Circle?
 Gilens, Martin.
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Economic Inequality, Redistribution and Political Inequality
 Anderson, Christopher. and Beramendi, Pablo.
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Economic Transformation and Its Political Discontents in China
 Yang, Dali.
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Economic Voting and Political Sophistication in the U.S.: A Reassessment
 Belanger, Eric. and Godbout, Jean-Francois.
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Economic and Social Consequences of State Labor Costs Trends, 1970-2000
 Hansen, Susan.
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Facts Are Stubborn Things, but Should the Law Protect Them? The Non-Regime for Database Protection
 DiGiusto, Gerald.
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Failing States, Failing Data: The Case for QCA (Qualitative Comparative Analysis)
 Clement, Caty.
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Fair Housing from Johnson to Clinton
 Lamb, Charles. and Wilk, Eric.

Faith and Sex, Presidents Under Pressure: Electoral Coalitions and Strategic Presidents
 Norton, Noelle.
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Faith-based Providers of Urban Social Services: A Story of Niche Effectiveness
 Monsma, Stephen.
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Family Matters: Theorizing the Family-State Relationship in Liberal Democratic Theory
 Eichner, Maxine.
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Family as a Political Lens: An Examination of Agriculture Rhetoric and Policy Justification
 Strach, Patricia.
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Fashion as Political Action
 Miller, Joshua.
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Faulty Intelligence
 Gruberg, Martin.
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Fear and Loathing: Authoritarian Politics and Ethnic Conflict
 Cox, Amy.
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Fear, Interest, Honor: Outlines of a General Theory of International Relations
 Lebow, Richard Ned.
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Fear, Loathing, and the Optimal Size of Nations: Assessing Regional Party Views on European Integration
 Jolly, Seth.
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Federal Ownership of Public Land and Western Sectionalism
 Bunke, Bruce.
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Federalism and Russian Democracy: Is There a Positive Relationship Between Federalism and Successful Transition to Democracy?
 Filippov, Mikhail.
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Federalism for the Common Good: Strengthening Federal-Local Community Development Efforts
 Handley, Donna.
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Garbage In, Garbage Out: Virginia is For Landfills
 Thomson, Vivian. and Okuda, Itaru.
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Gauging the Power of Global Civil Society: Intellectual property and public health
 Drezner, Daniel.
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Gay and Lesbian Rights as a "Mini" Issue Evolution
 Craw, Michael.
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Gender Equity Policies in the African Union
 Adams, Melinda.
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Gender Mainstreaming and Peace-building in War-torn Societies
 Gizelis, Ismene.
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Gender and Decision-Making in the Federal Courts: Testing the Critical Mass Theory
 Manning, Kenneth.
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Gender and District Partisanship: Do Women Candidates Polarize Elections?
 Green, Joanne.

Gender, Nation, Religion: The Discursive Construction of Identities in India's Democracy, 1952-1956
 Williams, Rina.
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Gender, Parenthood, and the Vote in the 2004 Election
 Greene, Steven. and Elder, Laurel.
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