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Rules Governing Presidential Primaries
(Cambridge University Press, 1986)
"Many observers of American politics have been highly critical of the proliferation of primaries that occurred in the 1970s. One of the reasons given for this unfavorable assessment is that the direct primary cannot ...
What Do Open-Ended Questions Measure?
(Oxford University Press, 1988)
"Open-ended questions are frequently used by survey researchers to measure public opinion. Some scholars, however, have doubts about how accurately these kinds of questions measure the views of the public. A chief concern ...