Originally published in 1975 by Harper & Row, this volume investigates the many factors that affect the casting of a vote. Contents: The Obscure American Voter; Party Loyalty and Party Choice; The Impact of Social Class; Sex, Voting, and War; The New Political Generations; Black and White Asunder; The Concerns of Voters; From Confusion to Clarity; Variability in Electoral Behavior; The New American Politics.
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Gerald Pomper is Professor of Political Science, and Director for the Center on Political Parties, Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University.
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