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Presidential Primaries


Larry M. Bartels. Presidential Primaries and the Dynamics of Public Choice. Princeton University Press. 1988. 374pp.

Andrew Busch. Outsiders and Openness in the Presidential Nominating System. University of Pittsburgh Press. 1997. 248pp.

Rhodes Cook. The Presidential Nominating Process: A Place for Us?. Rowman & Littlefield. 2004. 169pp.

James W. Davis. U.S. Presidential Primaries and the Caucus-Convention System: A Sourcebook. Greenwood Press. 1997. 294pp.

Michael J. Goff. The Money Primary: The New Politics of the Early Presidential Nomination Process. Rowman & Littlefield. 2004. 203pp.

Kathleen E. Kendall. Communication in the Presidential Primaries: Candidates and the Media, 1912-2000. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2000. 257pp.

William G. Mayer; Andrew E. Busch. The Front-Loading Problem in Presidential Nominations. Brookings Institution Press. 2004. 226pp.

Barbara Norrander. Super Tuesday: Regional Politics & Presidential Primaries. University Press of Kentucky. 1992. 239pp.

Niall A. Palmer. The New Hampshire Primary and the American Electoral Process. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1997. 195pp.

John H. Parmelee. Meet the Candidate Videos: Analyzing Presidential Primary Campaign Videocassettes. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2002. 127pp.

Dante J. Scala. Stormy Weather: The New Hampshire Primary and Presidential Politics. Macmillan. 2003. 218pp.

Hugh Winebrenner. The Iowa Precinct Caucuses: The Making of a Media Event. Iowa State University Press. 1987. 173pp.

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