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Early Presidential Primaries, Viability, and Vote Switching in 2008
Unformatted Document Text:  References Abramowitz, Alan I. 1989. “Viability, Electability, and Candidate Choice in a Presidential Primary Election: A Test of Competing Models.” The Journal of Politics 51: 997 92. Abramson, Paul R., John H. Aldrich, Phil Paolino, and David W. Rohde. 1992. “‘Sophisticated’ Voting in the 1988 Presidential Primaries.” American Political Science Review 86: 55-69. Bartels, Larry. 1985. "Expectations and Preferences in Presidential Nominating Campaigns." American Political Science Review 79: 804-15. Bartels, Larry. 1988. Presidential Primaries and the Dynamics of Voter Choice. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Blais, Andre and Richard Nadeau. 1996. "Measuring Strategic Voting: a Two-step Procedure.” Electoral Studies 15:39–52. Bowler, Shaun and David J. Lanoue. 1992. “The Sources of Tactical Voting in British Parliamentary Elections, 1983-1987.” Political Behavior 14 (2): 141-57. Brady, Henry E. and Richard Johnston. 1987. "What's the Primary Message: Horse Race or Issue Journalism?" in G. Orren and Nelson Polsby (eds.) Media and Momentum. Chatham, NJ: Chatham House. Cain, Bruce. 1978. "Strategic Voting in Britain." American Journal of Political Science. 22:639-55. Cox, Gary. 1997. Making Votes Count: Strategic Coordination in the World's Electoral Systems. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 19

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References
Abramowitz, Alan I. 1989. “Viability, Electability, and Candidate Choice in a
Presidential Primary Election: A Test of Competing Models.” The Journal of
Politics 51: 997 92.
Abramson, Paul R., John H. Aldrich, Phil Paolino, and David W. Rohde. 1992.
“‘Sophisticated’ Voting in the 1988 Presidential Primaries.” American Political
Science Review 86: 55-69.
Bartels, Larry. 1985. "Expectations and Preferences in Presidential Nominating
Campaigns." American Political Science Review 79: 804-15.
Bartels, Larry. 1988. Presidential Primaries and the Dynamics of Voter Choice.
Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Blais, Andre and Richard Nadeau. 1996. "Measuring Strategic Voting: a Two-step
Procedure.” Electoral Studies 15:39–52.
Bowler, Shaun and David J. Lanoue. 1992. “The Sources of Tactical Voting in British
Parliamentary Elections, 1983-1987.” Political Behavior 14 (2): 141-57.
Brady, Henry E. and Richard Johnston. 1987. "What's the Primary Message: Horse
Race or Issue Journalism?" in G. Orren and Nelson Polsby (eds.) Media and
Momentum. Chatham, NJ: Chatham House.
Cain, Bruce. 1978. "Strategic Voting in Britain." American Journal of Political
Science. 22:639-55.
Cox, Gary. 1997. Making Votes Count: Strategic Coordination in the World's Electoral
Systems. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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