The Macro Polity

@inproceedings{Erikson2001TheMP,
  title={The Macro Polity},
  author={Robert S. Erikson and Michael B. Mackuen and James A. Stimson},
  year={2001}
}
List of figures and tables Preface Acknowledgements 1. A model of the macro polity Part I. Performance: 2. Presidential approval 3. Presidential approval, the economy, and the future 4. Macro partisanship: the permanent memory of party performance 5. The group composition of macropartisan trends Part II. Policy: 6. Public opinion 7. Elections 8. Public opinion and policy-making 9. A governing system: laws and public opinion Part III. American Politics as a System: 10. The macropolitical system… 
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