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New York: Times Books. The 1994 House elections in perspective. Connelly, William . J. and Pitney, John . Jr. (1994). The future of the House Republicans. Political Science Quarterly 109: 571–593. Paper presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Meetings, Chicago, Illinois. This year, Republicans gamble that all politics is national. Congressional Quarterly Weekly, October 22, pp. 3005–3008. Have House elections become a meaningless ritual? In Norman Luttbeg (e.,Public Opinion and Public Policy, 3d ed. Itasca, IL: F. E. Peacock.
House Election, 1994 . Personal Name: Cogan, John F. Personal Name: Rivers, Douglas, 1956-. Corporate Name: Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book How the Republicans captured the House : an assessment of the 1994 midterm elections, David W. Brady, John F. Cogan, and Douglas Rivers.
Then came the 1994 midterm elections David W. Brady is Bowen and Janice McCoy Professor of Political .
Then came the 1994 midterm elections. The Republicans gained 52 seats in the House, taking control for the first time in 40 years. Incumbency appeared to have lost its semi-magical status as three dozen incumbents fell. Insulation, too, appeared to have failed, with all the losing incumbents being Democrats, most of them from districts where President Clinton had run poorly in 1992. David W. Brady is Bowen and Janice McCoy Professor of Political Science at Stanford University. His books include Critical Elections and Congressional Policy Making (Stanford, 1988. John F. Cogan is Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University.
Hoover fellows John F. Cogan and Thomas E. MaCurdy argue that when Congress and the president hiked the . MaCurdy argue that when Congress and the president hiked the minimum wage last summer, they were making a dumb mistake. The hike hurt those it was intended to help and helped those who didn't need it. And the effective minimum wage rate was already at a historic high in the first place.
International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0817956220. Geographic Area Code: n-us -. Library of Congress Call Number: JK1968. Personal Name: Brady, David W. Publication, Distribution, etc. Publication, Distribution, et. Stanford, CA. Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace, Stanford University, (c)1995.
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Brady David W. Cogan John F. Gaines Brian Rivers R. Douglas 1996 The Perils of Presidential Support: How the Republicans Captured the House Political Behavior 18 December 345 68. Campbell Angus Converse Philip E. Miller Warren E. Stokes Donald E. 1960 The American Voter New York Wiley. Canes-Wrone Brandice 2001 The President's Legislative Influence from Public Appeals American Journal of Political Science 45 April 313 29. Clausen Aage 1973 How Congressmen Decide: A Policy Focus New York St. Martin's Press.
The 1994 Midterms: When Newt Gingrich Helped Republicans Win Bi. Their thought was that by nationalizing the election, it could be a way to get power back.
The 1994 Midterms: When Newt Gingrich Helped Republicans Win Big. A strategy to give congressional campaigns a unified, national message under the "Contract With America" led to a Republican sweep. Author: Lesley Kennedy. House and Senate, gaining 12 governorships and regaining control in 20 state legislatures.
An Assessment of the 1994 Midterm Elections (Hoover Essays in Public Policy, 1995) . He also received the Richard F. Fenno Award of the American Political Science Association for the "best book on legislative studies" published in 1988-89.
An Assessment of the 1994 Midterm Elections (Hoover Essays in Public Policy, 1995); and The 1996 House Elections: Reaffirming the Conservative Trend (Hoover Essays in Public Policy, 1997). Brady is also author of Congressional Voting in a Partisan Era (University of Kansas Press, 1973) and Critical Elections in the . House of Representatives (Stanford University Press, 1988). He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
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