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Latino Political Trust and Policy Preferences: The Impact of Trust on Health Care Reform in California
Unformatted Document Text:  Jennings, M. Kent. 1998. “Political Trust and the Roots of Devolution.” In Valerie Braithwaite andMargaret Levi, Eds. Trust and Governance. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Levi, Margaret. 1997. Consent, Dissent, and Patriotism. New York: Cambridge University Press. Lau, Richard R. and David P. Redlawsk.2001. “Advantages and Disadvantages of Cognitive Heuristics in Politica Decision Making.” American journal of Political Science. 45: 951-971. Luks, Samantha, and Jack Citrin. 1997. "Revisiting Political Trust in an Angry Age." A paper delivered at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, April 10-12. Luskin, Robert C. 1990. “Explaining Political Sophistication.” Political Behavior 12:331-361. Mansbridge, Jane. 1997. “Social and Cultural Causes of Dissatisfaction with U.S. Government.” in Why People Don't Trust Government, edited by Joseph S. Jr. Nye, Philip D. Zelikow, and David C. King. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Miller, Arthur H. 1974. “Political Issues and Trust in Government, 1964-1970.” America Political Science Review 68:951-72.23 Miller, Arthur H., and Stephen A. Borelli. 1991. “Confidence in Government During the 1980s.”American Politics Quarterly 19:147-73. Mistzal, Barbara A. 2001. “Trust and Cooperation: the democratic public sphere.” Journal of Sociology. 37: 371-386. Nye, Joseph S., Jr. 1997. “Introduction: The Decline of Confidence in Government.” in Why People Don't Trust Government, edited by Joseph S. Jr. Nye, Philip D. Zelikow, and David C. King. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Pew Research Center.1998. Deconstructing Distrust: How Americans View Government. Philadelphia: Pew Research Center for the People and the Press. Orren, Gary. 1997. “Fall from Grace: The Public's Loss of Faith in Government.” in Why People Don't Trust Government, edited by Joseph S. Jr. Nye, Philip D. Zelikow, and David C.King. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Patterson, Thomas E. 1993. Out of Order. New York: A. Knopf. Poole, Keith T. and Howard Rosenthal. 1984. “The Polarization of American Politics.” Journal of Politics 46:1061-79. Rosenstone, Steven J. and John Mark Hansen. 1993. Mobilization, Participation, and Democracy in America. New York: MacMillan Publishing Company. 19

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Jennings, M. Kent. 1998. “Political Trust and the Roots of Devolution.” In Valerie Braithwaite
andMargaret Levi, Eds. Trust and Governance. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
Levi, Margaret. 1997. Consent, Dissent, and Patriotism. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Lau, Richard R. and David P. Redlawsk.2001. “Advantages and Disadvantages of Cognitive
Heuristics in Politica Decision Making.” American journal of Political Science. 45:
951-971.
Luks, Samantha, and Jack Citrin. 1997. "Revisiting Political Trust in an Angry Age." A paper
delivered at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago,
IL, April 10-12.
Luskin, Robert C. 1990. “Explaining Political Sophistication.” Political Behavior 12:331-361.
Mansbridge, Jane. 1997. “Social and Cultural Causes of Dissatisfaction with U.S. Government.”
in Why People Don't Trust Government, edited by Joseph S. Jr. Nye, Philip D. Zelikow,
and David C. King. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Miller, Arthur H. 1974. “Political Issues and Trust in Government, 1964-1970.” America
Political Science Review 68:951-72.23
Miller, Arthur H., and Stephen A. Borelli. 1991. “Confidence in Government During the
1980s.”American Politics Quarterly 19:147-73.
Mistzal, Barbara A. 2001. “Trust and Cooperation: the democratic public sphere.” Journal of
Sociology. 37: 371-386.
Nye, Joseph S., Jr. 1997. “Introduction: The Decline of Confidence in Government.” in Why
People Don't Trust Government, edited by Joseph S. Jr. Nye, Philip D. Zelikow, and
David C. King. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Pew Research Center.1998. Deconstructing Distrust: How Americans View Government.
Philadelphia: Pew Research Center for the People and the Press.
Orren, Gary. 1997. “Fall from Grace: The Public's Loss of Faith in Government.” in Why People
Don't Trust Government, edited by Joseph S. Jr. Nye, Philip D. Zelikow, and David
C.King. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Patterson, Thomas E. 1993. Out of Order. New York: A. Knopf.
Poole, Keith T. and Howard Rosenthal. 1984. “The Polarization of American Politics.” Journal
of Politics 46:1061-79.
Rosenstone, Steven J. and John Mark Hansen. 1993. Mobilization, Participation, and
Democracy in America. New York: MacMillan Publishing Company.
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