Larry Evans

John Lapinski1
Thomas Stratmann1
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1Thomas Stratmann
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  • Jeffery A Jenkins, Nathan W Monroe, Nathan, W Monroe, Scott Adler, Chris Berry +15 others
  • 2012
We explore the foundations of the legislative party cartel, as theorized by Cox and McCubbins (1993, 2005), to determine how majority-party moderates who suffer net policy losses from the majority leadership's use of negative agenda control are kept from defecting from the cartel arrangement. First, we identify formally the group of majority-party members(More)
Our society is increasingly relying on symbolic and imaginal communication to augment written and spoken language (advertising graphics, logos and corporate I.D.s, satellite weather maps, international traffic, dashboard symbols, etc.). Nowhere are graphics and sophisticated imagery being more widely and innovatively used than in television production.(More)
  • Anthony M Bertelli, Jamie L Carson, Andy Whitford, Larry Evans, Burdette Loomis, Keith Poole +6 others
Changes in district boundaries in small magnitude electoral systems can have substantive consequences for representation. In the U.S., each decennial redistricting cycle infuses House districts with a large number of new voters, changing personal representation for many citizens. What effect does the influx of these new voters exert on member behavior? By(More)
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