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Campaign Participants and Interest Group Activists: Not So Strange Bedfellows
Unformatted Document Text:  24 McCann, J. A. (1995). "Nomination Politics and Ideological Polarization: Assessing the Attitudinal Effects of Campaign Involvement." The Journal of Politics 57(1): 101- 120. McCann, J. A., R. W. Partin, et al. (1996). "Presidential Nomination Campaigns and Party Mobilization: An Assessment of Spillover Effects." American Journal of Political Science 40(3): 756-767. Parker, S., G. Parker, and J. McCann (forthcoming, 2008). “Opinion-Taking within Friendship Network.” The American Journal of Political Science 52(2). Pastor, G. S., W. J. Stone, et al. (1999). "Candidate-Centered Sources of Party Change: The Case of Pat Robertson, 1988." The Journal of Politics 61(2): 423-444. Pattie, C., P. Seyd, et al. (2004). Citizenship in Britain. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. Polsby, N. (1983). The Consequences of Party Reform. Oxford, Oxford University Press. Putnam, R. D. (2000). Bowling Alone. New York, Simon and Schuster. Rahn, W., J. Brehm, et al. (1999). National Elections as Mechanism for Generating Social Capital. Civic Engagement in American Politics. T. Skocpol and M. Fiorina. Washington, DC, Brookings: 111-160. Rapoport, R. B. and W. J. Stone (1994). "A Model for Disaggregating Change." Political Behavior 16(4): 505-532. Rapoport, R. B. and W. J. Stone (2005). Three's a Crowd: The Dynamic of Thrid Parties, Ross Perot and Respublican Resurgence. Ann arbor, MI, University of Michigan Press. Rosenstone, S. and M. Hansen (1993). Mobilization, Participation, and Democracy in America. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company.

Authors: Rapoport, Ronald. and McCann, James.
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McCann, J. A. (1995). "Nomination Politics and Ideological Polarization: Assessing the
Attitudinal Effects of Campaign Involvement." The Journal of Politics 57(1): 101-
120.
McCann, J. A., R. W. Partin, et al. (1996). "Presidential Nomination Campaigns and Party
Mobilization: An Assessment of Spillover Effects." American Journal of Political
Science 40(3): 756-767.
Parker, S., G. Parker, and J. McCann (forthcoming, 2008). “Opinion-Taking within
Friendship Network.” The American Journal of Political Science 52(2).
Pastor, G. S., W. J. Stone, et al. (1999). "Candidate-Centered Sources of Party Change: The
Case of Pat Robertson, 1988." The Journal of Politics 61(2): 423-444.
Pattie, C., P. Seyd, et al. (2004). Citizenship in Britain. Cambridge, Cambridge University
Press.
Polsby, N. (1983). The Consequences of Party Reform. Oxford, Oxford University Press.
Putnam, R. D. (2000). Bowling Alone. New York, Simon and Schuster.
Rahn, W., J. Brehm, et al. (1999). National Elections as Mechanism for Generating Social
Capital. Civic Engagement in American Politics. T. Skocpol and M. Fiorina.
Washington, DC, Brookings: 111-160.
Rapoport, R. B. and W. J. Stone (1994). "A Model for Disaggregating Change." Political
Behavior 16(4): 505-532.
Rapoport, R. B. and W. J. Stone (2005). Three's a Crowd: The Dynamic of Thrid Parties,
Ross Perot and Respublican Resurgence. Ann arbor, MI, University of Michigan
Press.
Rosenstone, S. and M. Hansen (1993). Mobilization, Participation, and Democracy in
America. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company.


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