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      One-Party Politics and the Voter.

      American Political Science Review

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          The existence of one-party systems of politics within the larger framework of the democratic society merits an increased share of the attention of students of American politics. For too long the common conception has been that one-party politics is a problem unique to the Southern states. This misconception persists even though systematic studies such as the monumental work of V. O. Key and Alexander Heard have illustrated that the politics of the so-called Solid South is in many respects the politics of the nation.

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          The Index of Political Predisposition in the 1948 Election

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            American Political Science Review
            Am Polit Sci Rev
            JSTOR
            0003-0554
            1537-5943
            September 1956
            September 2013
            : 50
            : 03
            : 707-725
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            10.2307/1951554
            © 1956

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