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Norpoth, Helmut. 2002. “On a Short Leash: Term Limits and Economic Voting.” In The Context of Economic Voting, eds. Dorussen, Han and Taylor, Michaell. London: Routledge.
Norpoth, Helmut, and Bednarczuk, Michael. 2012. “History and Primary: The Obama Re-Election,” PS: Political Science and Politics, 45 (4): 614–17.
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