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Frontmatter The ForumEDITORSDaniel DiSalvo, City College, City University of New YorkJeffrey Stonecash, Syracuse Universitybook review EDITORDavid Parker, Montana State Universityeditorial assistantRegina Wagner, University of Wisconsin, Madisoneditorial BOardSarah A. Binder, George Washington UniversityEdward G. Carmines, Indiana UniversityJames W. Ceaser, University of VirginiaDaniel Galvin, Northwestern UniversityD. Sunshine Hillygus, Duke UniversityGary C. Jacobson, University of California, San DiegoRichard G. C. Johnston, University of British ColumbiaRaymond J. La Raja, University of Massachusetts, AmherstDavid R. Mayhew, Yale UniversityJames Lee Ray, Vanderbilt UniversityByron E. Shafer, University of Wisconsin, MadisonPeter N. Skerry, Boston CollegePaul M. Sniderman, Stanford UniversityLaura Stoker, University of California, BerkeleyAmber Wichowsky, Marquette UniversityThis journal provides a forum for professionally informed commentary on issues affecting contemporary American politics. This includes but is not limited to issues engaging parties, elections, andpolitical participation; the news media, interest groups, Congress, the Presidency, and the Courts;trends in public finance, presidential popularity, congressional productivity; in contemporary,historical, or comparative perspective.The journal is motivated by the view that social scientists, historians, and legal scholars frequentlyhave important insights into the concerns that arise in contemporary politics and government, drawingupon the disciplinary knowledge at their command. Yet they frequently lack a publishing outlet willingto print the analytic reasoning that gives weight to the resulting http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Forum de Gruyter

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The Forum , Volume 15 (4): 3 – Mar 5, 2018

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The ForumEDITORSDaniel DiSalvo, City College, City University of New YorkJeffrey Stonecash, Syracuse Universitybook review EDITORDavid Parker, Montana State Universityeditorial assistantRegina Wagner, University of Wisconsin, Madisoneditorial BOardSarah A. Binder, George Washington UniversityEdward G. Carmines, Indiana UniversityJames W. Ceaser, University of VirginiaDaniel Galvin, Northwestern UniversityD. Sunshine Hillygus, Duke UniversityGary C. Jacobson, University of California, San DiegoRichard G. C. Johnston, University of British ColumbiaRaymond J. La Raja, University of Massachusetts, AmherstDavid R. Mayhew, Yale UniversityJames Lee Ray, Vanderbilt UniversityByron E. Shafer, University of Wisconsin, MadisonPeter N. Skerry, Boston CollegePaul M. Sniderman, Stanford UniversityLaura Stoker, University of California, BerkeleyAmber Wichowsky, Marquette UniversityThis journal provides a forum for professionally informed commentary on issues affecting contemporary American politics. This includes but is not limited to issues engaging parties, elections, andpolitical participation; the news media, interest groups, Congress, the Presidency, and the Courts;trends in public finance, presidential popularity, congressional productivity; in contemporary,historical, or comparative perspective.The journal is motivated by the view that social scientists, historians, and legal scholars frequentlyhave important insights into the concerns that arise in contemporary politics and government, drawingupon the disciplinary knowledge at their command. Yet they frequently lack a publishing outlet willingto print the analytic reasoning that gives weight to the resulting

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