Toward a New Theory of American Electoral Psychology
Achieving the Superordinate Goals of the Nation State
Explores the fundamental basis of American electoral psychology. This book challenges and augments the psychological approach of partisanship and the theory of rational choice.
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"... the vote decision is not so much about partisanship or rational choice as about how voters perceive the positions of the parties and their candidates in achieving the superordinate goals of the nation state as an interest group..." - Professor George Bishop, University of Cincinnati"