Broken Contract? Changing Relationships between Americans and Their Government

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About the Contributors
JOHN H. ALDRICH is professor and chair of political science at Duke University. He has written books and articles about voting behavior, political parties, and related topics and is author of the recently published Why Parties?
LONNA R. ATKESON is assistant professor of political science at the University of New Mexico. Her research on topics relating to political behavior, public opinion, campaigns and elections, political psychology, and the media has appeared in a variety of professional journals.
CHARLES J. BARRILLEAUX is associate professor in the School of Public Administration and Policy and a member of the Policy Sciences Center faculty at Florida State University. He has contributed essays on American politics and policy to several professional journals and has edited volumes.
LINDA L.M. BENNETT is associate professor and chair of political science at Wittenberg University. Her fields of specialization include American political institutions and behavior; and she is the author of Symbolic State Politics in Ohio and co-author of Living with Leviathan.
STEPHEN EARL BENNETT is professor and head of the Department of Political Science at the University of Cincinnati. His fields of specialization include American political behavior and political psychology, and he is the author of Apathy in America, 1960-1984 and co-author of Living with Leviathan.
TIMOTHY BLEDSOE is associate professor of political science at Wayne State University. He has published on urban, race, and gender issues and, along with Michael W. Combs, Lee Sigelman, and Susan Welch, is currently working on a book that examines community racial context and prevailing racial attitudes.
JACK CITRIN is professor of political science at the University of California-Berkeley, with research interests centering on American public opinion, political psychology, and ethnic politics. He is co-author of Tax Revolt, California and the American Tax Revolt, and The Politics of Disaffection Among British and American Youth and is presently completing a book entitled The Crisis of American Identities: Diversity and Its Discontents.

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