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Popular Efficacy in the Democratic Era:
A Reexamination of Electoral Accountability in the United States, 1828-2000
Peter F. Nardulli

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface ix
Acknowledgments xiii
ChAPTER ONE: Democracy, Popular Efficacy, and the Electoral Arena 1
ChAPTER TWO: Democratic Citizenship, Democratic Citizens, and Mass-Elite Linkages 18
CHAPTER THREE: Exogenous Events, Evaluations of Stewardship, and Citizens'Normal Voting Behavior 44
CHAPTER FOUR: Endogenous In .uences and the Evaluative Capacities of Democratic Citizens 75
CHAPTER FIVE: Conceptual and Methodological Foundations for a Reexamination of Popular Efficacy 96
CHAPTER SIX: The Roots of Partisanship: Party Elites, Exogenous Groups, and Electoral Bases 120
CHAPTER SEVEN: Partisan Realignments and Electoral Independence: The Incidence, Distribution, and Magnitude of Enduring Electoral Change 150
CHAPTER EIGHT: Electoral Perturbations and Electoral Independence: Stewardship, Partisanship, and Accountability 180
CHAPTER NINE: The Electoral Impact of Departures from Normal Voting Patterns: Electoral Jolts and the Aspirations of Political Elites 224
CHAPTER TEN: Popular Ef .cacy in the Democratic Era 245
Index 261

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