The Third Electoral System 1853-1892: Parties, Voters, and Political Cultures

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2.1 Longitudinal Measures of Partisan Strength, 1836-1852 and 1856-1892 [21]
2.2 Distribution of the Democratic Presidential Vote [23]
2.3 Longitudinal Discontinuity: Peak T Values [27]
2.4 Realignment or Reinstatement? Democratic Distributions [30]
2.5 Longitudinal Measures of Democratic Strength [33]
2.6 Standard Deviations of the Democratic Vote by Period and Percentage of Population by State [34]
2.7 Partisan Competitiveness during the Third Electoral Era [36]
2.8 Indicators of Secular Change [41]
2.9 Longitudinal Measures of Voter Mobilization [45]
2.10 Cross-sectional Measures of Voter Mobilization [46]
3.1 Major Party Autocorrelations: The U.S. by States [50]
3.2 Patterns of Fluctuation: Partisan Autocorrelations, States by Counties [51]
3.3 Partisan Strength by Types of Counties, 1848-1892 [55]
3.4 Partisan Support by Regions, 1860-1872 [77]
3.5 Partisan Support by Types of Counties, 1860-1872 [84]
3.6 Voting on Black Suffrage Referenda [91]
4.1 Partisan Change in the Confederate States [101]
4.2 Political Transformation: Maryland and Missouri [108]
4.3 Percent Democratic by Types of Counties: Missouri [111]
4.4 Democratic Reinstatement: Urban-Industrial and Outstate Areas, 1868-1876 [127]
4.5 Coal Mining Communities: Democratic Percentage Strength [129]
4.6 Role of 1874 Farmer Parties: Coefficients of Determination (r2) with Democratic Distributions [131]

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