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Herbert E. Alexander; Anthony Corrado. Financing the 1992 Election. M. E. Sharpe. 1995. 313pp.

Roger M. Barrus; John Eastby (editor). America Through the Looking Glass: A Constitutionalist Critique of the 1992 Election. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. 1994. 240pp.

John William Cavanaugh. Media Effects on Voters: A Panel Study of the 1992 Presidential Election. University Press of America. 1995. 182pp.

James Ceaser; Andrew Busch. Upside Down and Inside Out: The 1992 Elections and American Politics. Rowman & Littlefield. 1993. 191pp.

Ivor Crewe; Brian Gosschalk. Political Communications: The General Election Campaign of 1992. Cambridge University Press. 1994. 278pp.

Robert E. Denton, Jr. (editor). The 1992 Presidential Campaign: A Communication Perspective. Praeger. 1994. 288pp.

David A. Leuthold. Campaign Missouri 1992. University of Missouri Press. 1994. 294pp.

Alice V. McGillivray. Congressional and Gubernatorial Primaries, 1991-1992: A Handbook of Election Statistics. Congressional Quarterly. 1993. 265pp.

Dwight Morris; Murielle E. Gamache. Handbook of Campaign Spending: Money in the 1992 Congressional Races. Congressional Quarterly. 1994. 592pp.

Gerald M. Pomper. The Election of 1992: Reports and Interpretations. Chatham House Publishers. 1993. 230pp.

Charles T. Royer (editor). Campaign for President: The Managers Look at 1992. Hollis Publishing Co.. 1994. 336pp. Conference papers, Institute of Politics, JFK School of Government, 1992.

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