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      Some Dynamic Elements of Contests for the Presidency

      American Political Science Review

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          Despite the measured pace of American elections, there have now been a number of presidential campaigns since the advent of survey studies of voting. However sparingly, political history slowly has added to the set of distinct configurations of men and events which comprise a contest for the Presidency. The set is still small, whatever the impression created by massed thousands of interviews or by the accompanying files of election returns. Yet it is now large enough to be pressed hard for evidence about the sources of electoral change.

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          American Political Science Review
          Am Polit Sci Rev
          JSTOR
          0003-0554
          1537-5943
          March 1966
          August 2014
          : 60
          : 01
          : 19-28
          Article
          10.2307/1953803
          © 1966

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