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ANES Bibliography 1950-1959

Campbell, Angus and Donald Stokes. 1959. “Partisan Attitudes and the Presidential Vote.” Pp. 353-71 in American Voting Behavior, edited by E. Brudick and A. J. Brodbeck. Glencoe, IL: The Free Press.

Campbell, Angus. 1958. “The Political Implications of Community Identification.” in Approaches to the Study of Politics, edited by R. Young. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.

Converse, Philip E. 1958. “The Shifting Role of Class in Political Attitudes and Behavior.” in Readings in Social Psychology, edited by E. E. Maccoby, T. M. Newcomb, and E. L. Hartley. New York: Hold, Rinehart, and Winston.

Greenstein, Fred I. and Raymond E. Wolfinger. 1958. “The Suburbs and Shifting Party Loyalties.” Public Opinion Quarterly 22:473-82.

Miller, Warren E. 1958. “The Socio-economic Analysis of Political Behavior.” Midwest Journal of Political Science 2:239-55.

Stokes, Donald, Angus Campbell, and Warren E. Miller. 1958. “Components of Electoral Decision.” American Political Science Review 52:367-87.

Campbell, Angus. 1957. “Who Really Switched in the Last Election?” Pp. 62-7 in U.S. News & World Report.

Campbell, Angus and Warren E. Miller. 1957. “The Motivational Basis of Straight and Split Ticket Voting.” American Political Science Review 51:293-312.

Campbell, Angus. 1956. “The Case of the Missing Democrats.” New Republic 2:12-5.

Campbell, Angus and Homer C. Cooper. 1956. Group Differences in Attitudes and Votes. Ann Arbor, MI: Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan.

Eulau, Heinz. 1956. “Identification with Class and Political Perspective.” Journal of Politics 18:232-53.

Eulau, Heinz. 1956. “Identification with Class and Political Role Behavior.” Public Opinion Quarterly 20:515-29.

Eulau, Heinz and Peter Schneider. 1956. “Dimensions of Political Involvement.” Public Opinion Quarterly 20:128-42.

Miller, Warren E. 1956. “One-Party Politics and the Voter.” American Political Science Review 50:707-25.

Eulau, Heinz. 1955. “Class Identification and Projection in Voting Behavior.” Western Political Quarterly 8:441-52.

Eulau, Heinz. 1955. “Perceptions of Class and Party in Voting Behavior: 1952.” American Political Science Review 49:364-84.

Janowitz, Morris and Dwaine Marvick. 1955. “Competitive Pressure and Democratic Consent.” Public Opinion Quarterly 19:381-400.

Lane, Robert E. 1955. “Political Personality and Electoral Choice.” American Political Science Review 49:173-90.

Miller, Warren E. 1955. “Presidential Coattails: A Study in Political Myth and Methodology.” Public Opinion Quarterly 19:353-68.

Campbell, Angus, Gerald Gurin, and Warren E. Miller. 1954. “The Electoral Switch of 1952.” Scientific American 190:31-6.

Campbell, Angus, Gerald Gurin, Warren E. Miller, Sylvia Eberhart, and Robert O. McWilliams. 1954. The Voter Decides. Evanston, IL: Row, Peterson, and Co.

Campbell, Angus, Gerald Gurin, and Warren E. Miller. 1953. “Political Issues and the Vote: November 1952.” American Political Science Review 47:359-85.

Campbell, Angus, Gerald Gurin, and Warren E. Miller. 1953. “Television and the Election.” Scientific American 188:46-8.

Miller, Warren E. 1953. “The 1952 Presidential Elections: A Study by the Survey Research Center.” Political Science 5:43-55.

Miller, Warren E. 1953. “Party Preference and Attitudes on Political Issues: 1948-1951.” American Political Science Review 47:43-55.

Campbell, Angus and Robert L. Kahn. 1952. The People Elect a President. Ann Arbor, MI: Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan.

Janowitz, Morris and Warren E. Miller. 1952. “The Index of Political Predisposition in the 1948 Election.” Journal of Politics 14:710-27.