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THE POLITICS OF ADMINISTRATIVE RULEMAKING
Despite the importance of rulemaking, it has been virtually ignored as a separate topic of study by political scientists. This is unfortunate, for the use or non-use of rulemaking as an alternative means of carrying out ...
INCUMBENCY, PARTISAN, AND SALIENCY EFFECTS IN CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS FROM 1956-1978
The present state of knowledge concerning Congressional elections involving incumbents runs something like the following. After 1964 a great decline in marginality occurred within contested incumbency districts. This decline ...
Theory and diplomacy
The assumption behind this essay is that there must be one permanent and duly organized group of people to at least a) report to their governments about the way they perceive the international context; b) evaluate the ...