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date: 17 January 2020

(p. xi) List of Figures

(p. xi) List of Figures

  1. 11.1 National party hard money receipts, 1976–2000 207

  2. 11.2 National voter turnout in presidential elections, 1972–2008 214

  3. 11.3 Percentage of Americans who split their vote choice, 1952–2004 216

  4. 12.1 Third parties and total third party vote in presidential elections, 1872–2008 228

  5. 12.2 Push–pull model of third party support with separated major parties 235

  6. 12.3 Push–pull model of third party support with undifferentiated major parties 236

  7. 14.1 Viewing audiences for Democratic conventions in the television era 273

  8. 15.1 Ideological placements of US House candidates, activists, and voters, 2006 296

  9. 19.1 Determining partisan overlap in Congress 360

  10. 19.2 Difference in party medians, House and Senate, first‐dimension DW‐nominate scores, 1867–1999 362

  11. 19.3 Partisan convergence in the House, DW‐nominate scores, 1867–1999 364

  12. 19.4 Partisan convergence in the Senate, DW‐nominate scores, 1867–1999 364

  13. 19.5 Partisan convergence in Congress, ADA scores, 1947–95 365

  14. 19.6 Minimum wage distributions over parties 369