Growing Pains: Russian Democracy and the Election of 1993

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1.
For example, see Stephen Whitefield and Geoffrey Evans , "The Russian Election of 1993: Public Opinion and the Transition Experience," Post-Soviet Affairs, vol. 10, no. 1 ( January-March 1994), pp. 38-60.
2.
"Sotsial'no-ekonomicheskoye polozheniye Moskvy v 1992 godu," in Rossiiskaya Federatsiya, Moskva i oblasti tsentral'nogo eknomicheskogo raiona v 1992 g. ( Moscow: Respublikanskii informatsionno-izdatel'skii tsentr, 1993), pp. 179-80, and Rossiiskaya Federatsiya v tsifrakh v 1993 godu ( Moscow: Goskomstat Rossii, 1994), pp. 8, 13-14 .
3.
"Sotsial'no-ekonomicheskoye polozheniye Moskvy," pp. 184, 190 ; Rossiya-1993, ekonomicheskaya kon'yunktura ( Moscow: Tsentr Ekonomicheskoi Konyunktury i Prognozirovaniya, 1993), pp. 71-74, 82, 89-92; and Finansovye izvestiya ( November 19-25, 1993), p. 6.
4.
Ralph S. Clem and Peter R. Craumer, "A Geographical Analysis of the Russian Election and Constitutional Plebiscite of December 1993," Post-Soviet Geography, vol. 36, no. 2 ( 1995), pp. 67-86.
5.
Anthony Downs, An Economic Theory of Democracy ( New York: Harper and Row, 1957), pp. 36-50.
6.
Robert Huckfeldt and Paul Allen Beck, "Contexts, Intermediaries, and Political Behavior," in Lawrence C. Dodd and Calvin Jillson, eds., The Dynamics of American Politics: Approaches and Interpretations ( Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1994), pp. 252-76.
7.
Classic contextual analyses include Herbert Tingsten, Political Behavior: Studies in Election Statistics ( London: P. S. King 1937), and V. O. Key Jr., Southern Politics (New York: Vintage Books, 1949), pp. 4-7, 318-21.
8.
Seymour Martin Lipset and Stein Rokkan, Party Systems and Voter Alignments: Cross-National Perspectives ( New York: Free Press, 1967).
9.
See Adam Przeworski and John Sprague, Paper Stones: A History of Electoral Socialism ( University of Chicago Press, 1986), pp. 1-11, 45-56; and Robert Huckfeldt and John Sprague, "Political Parties and Electoral Mobilization: Political Structure, Social Structure, and the Party Canvass," American Political Science Review, vol. 86, no. 1 ( March 1992), pp. 70 -86 .
10.
Percentages were calculated from the following official sources: Goskomstat RSFSR, RSFSR v tsifrakh v 1989 g. (Moscow: Finansy i statistika, 1990), pp. 31 -32, 35, 103; Moskovskoye gorodskoye upravleniye statistiki, Moskva v tsifrakh 1990: Stat. Ezhegodnik ( Moscow: Finansy i statistika, 1990), pp. 28-31, 36.
11.
V. Khoros, "Drama Intelligentsii," in A. I. Prokopenko , ed., SSSR: Demograficheskii Diagnoz ( Moscow: Progress, 1990), pp. 197-212.
12.
Ludmilla Alexeyeva, Soviet Dissent: Contemporary Movements for National, Religious, and Human Rights trans. by Carol Pearce and John Glad ( Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 1987), pp. 10-11, 283-300.

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