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The Cambridge Guide to Election 2016

The Cambridge Guide to the 2016 Election is your source for thoughtful analysis of the key issues and debates in the 2016 US election. Our authors have delved into the issues to give you their take and help you engage in the conversation. Check back regularly for new (and interactive) content and free journal articles to stay on top of the latest discussions and election events.

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Free Journal Articles

From Intent to Effect: Richmond, Virginia, and the Protracted Struggle for Voting Rights, 1965–1977
Julian Maxwell Hayter
Journal of Policy History, Volume 26, Issue 4 

The Ambivalent Minority: Mexican Americans and the Voting Rights Act
Peter Skerry
Journal of Policy History, Volume 6, Issue 1 

Vote Dilution and Suppression in Indian Country
Jean Schroedel and Ryan Hart
Studies in American Political Development, Volume 29, Issue 1 

Examining Obama's Foreign Policy Legacy with Robert Singh

Video Highlight: How effective are U.S. legislators?

Craig Volden and Alan Wiseman, authors of the APSA award-winning Legislative Effectiveness in the United States Congress, discuss legislative effectiveness.

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