Do Congressional Liberals Really Need to Tremble? A Quick Look at Some Hard Data
Demetrios Caraley does a quick analysis of the 1980 congressional election returns and concludes that liberal members of Congress did not suffer disproportionally large erosion of support.
Dismantling the Federal Safety Net: Fictions Versus Realities, Demetrios Caraley
American Presidential Democracy: Discussion, Demetrios Caraley
Editor's Introduction, Demetrios Caraley
Washington Abandons the Cities, Demetrios Caraley
Elections and Dilemmas of American Democratic Governance: Reflections, Demetrios Caraleymore by this author
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