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Has the Prohibition of Fusion Really Hurt Third-Parties?
Unformatted Document Text:  References: Argersinger, Peter H. (1980). “‘A Place on the Ballot’: Fusion Politics and Antifusion Laws,” The American Historical Review 85: 287-306. Bibby, John and L. Sandy Maisel (2003). Two Parties – Or More? The American Party System, Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Blais, André and R.K. Carty (1991). “The Psychological Impact of Electoral Laws: Measuring Duverger’s Elusive Factor.” British Journal of Political Science 21: 79-93. Congressional Quarterly, Inc. (2001). Congressional Quarterly's Guide to U.S. Elections. Washington: CQ Press. Disch, Lisa (2002). The Tyranny of the Two-Party System. New York, NY: Columbia University Press. Dubin, Michael J. (1998). United States Congressional Elections, 1788-1997: The Official Results of the Elections of the 1st Through 105th Congresses. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company. Duverger, Maurice (1954). Political Parties. New York, NY: Wiley Publishers. Epstein, Leon D. (1986) Political Parties in the American Mold. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press. Goodwyn, Lawrence (1978). The Populist Moment. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. Hirano, Shigeo and James M. S.nyder (2007). “The Decline of Third-Party Voting in the United States.” The Journal of Politics 69(1): 1-16 Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (1999). Study 0001: United States Historical Election Returns, 1824-1968, 2 nd ICPSR edition. Ann Arbor: ICPSR. Key, V.O. (1942). Political Parties and Pressure Groups. New York, NY: Thomas Y. Crowell.. Keyysar, Alexander (2000). The Right to Vote: The Contested History of Democracy in America. New York, NY: Basic Books. Kleppner, Paul (1987). Continuity and Change in Electoral Politics, 1893-1928. New York, NY: Greenwood Press. Mair, Peter. (1990). “The Electoral Payoffs of Fission and Fusion,” British Journal of Political Science 20: 131-142. Piven, Frances Fox and Richard A. Cloward. (1989). Why Americans Don’t Vote. New York, NY: Pantheon Books. 20

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References:
Argersinger, Peter H. (1980). “‘A Place on the Ballot’: Fusion Politics and Antifusion Laws,”
The American Historical Review 85: 287-306.
Bibby, John and L. Sandy Maisel (2003). Two Parties – Or More? The American Party System,
Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
Blais, André and R.K. Carty (1991). “The Psychological Impact of Electoral Laws: Measuring
Duverger’s Elusive Factor.” British Journal of Political Science 21: 79-93.
Congressional Quarterly, Inc. (2001). Congressional Quarterly's Guide to U.S. Elections.
Washington: CQ Press.
Disch, Lisa (2002). The Tyranny of the Two-Party System. New York, NY: Columbia University
Press.
Dubin, Michael J. (1998). United States Congressional Elections, 1788-1997: The Official
Results of the Elections of the 1st Through 105th Congresses. Jefferson, NC: McFarland
& Company.
Duverger, Maurice (1954). Political Parties. New York, NY: Wiley Publishers.
Epstein, Leon D. (1986) Political Parties in the American Mold. Madison, WI: University of
Wisconsin Press.
Goodwyn, Lawrence (1978). The Populist Moment. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
Hirano, Shigeo and James M. S.nyder (2007). “The Decline of Third-Party Voting in the United
States.” The Journal of Politics 69(1): 1-16
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (1999). Study 0001: United States
Historical Election Returns, 1824-1968, 2
nd
ICPSR edition. Ann Arbor: ICPSR.
Key, V.O. (1942). Political Parties and Pressure Groups. New York, NY: Thomas Y. Crowell..
Keyysar, Alexander (2000). The Right to Vote: The Contested History of Democracy in America.
New York, NY: Basic Books.
Kleppner, Paul (1987). Continuity and Change in Electoral Politics, 1893-1928. New York, NY:
Greenwood Press.
Mair, Peter. (1990). “The Electoral Payoffs of Fission and Fusion,” British Journal of Political
Science 20: 131-142.
Piven, Frances Fox and Richard A. Cloward. (1989). Why Americans Don’t Vote. New York,
NY: Pantheon Books.
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