< previous issue
next issue >
Manipulating maps and winning elections: measuring the impact of malapportionment and gerrymandering
Comments on Ron Johnston's ''Manipulating maps and winning elections: measuring the impact of malapportionment and gerrymandering''
A Bayesian approach to detecting electoral manipulation
Sources of partisan bias in US congressional elections: an update stimulated by Ron Johnston's essay
If it isn't a gerrymander, what is it?
Introduction to forum: the 2000 presidential election and the Florida debacle in geographic context
The geography of an interminable election: Bush v. Gore, 2000
Clark Archer, J.
The Electoral College and the election of 2000
Florida in the 2000 presidential election: historical precedents and contemporary landscapes
Warf, B.; Waddell, C.
Florida's residual votes, voting technology, and the 2000 election
Leib, J.I.; Dittmer, J.
The U.S. presidential election and the Bush v. Gore supreme court decision
(Re)positioning Malaysia: high-tech networks and the multicultural rescripting of national identity
The disappointments of civil society: the politics of NGO intervention in northern Ghana