Eric Schickler
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Partisan hearts and minds: Political parties and the social identities of voters
DP Green, B Palmquist, E Schickler
Yale University Press, 2004
Congress and its Members
RH Davidson, WJ Oleszek, FE Lee, E Schickler
cq Press, 2013
Disjointed pluralism: Institutional innovation and the development of the US Congress
E Schickler
Princeton University Press, 2001
Filibuster: Obstruction and lawmaking in the US Senate
GJ Wawro, E Schickler
Princeton University Press, 2007
What if everyone voted? Simulating the impact of increased turnout in senate elections
J Citrin, E Schickler, J Sides
American Journal of Political Science 47 (1), 75-90, 2003
Institutional change in the House of Representatives, 1867-1998: a test of partisan and ideological power balance models
E Schickler
American Political Science Review, 269-288, 2000
Macropartisanship: A replication and critique
D Green, B Palmquist, E Schickler
American Political Science Review 92 (4), 883-899, 1998
The stability of party identification in western democracies: results from eight panel surveys
E Schickler, DP Green
Comparative Political Studies 30 (4), 450-483, 1997
Controlling the floor: Parties as procedural coalitions in the House
E Schickler, A Rich
American Journal of Political Science, 1340-1375, 1997
Racial realignment: The transformation of American liberalism, 1932–1965
E Schickler
Princeton University Press, 2016
Experts and politicians: Reform challenges to machine politics in New York, Cleveland, and Chicago
E Schickler, K Finegold, I Katznelson, M Shefter, T Skocpol
Princeton University Press, 1995
Platforms and partners: The civil rights realignment reconsidered
BD Feinstein, E Schickler
Studies in American Political Development 22 (1), 1, 2008
Where's the Pivot? Obstruction and Lawmaking in the Pre‐cloture Senate
GJ Wawro, E Schickler
American Journal of Political Science 48 (4), 758-774, 2004
Multiple-measure assessment of party identification
DP Green, E Schickler
Public Opinion Quarterly 57 (4), 503-535, 1993
Congressional parties and civil rights politics from 1933 to 1972
E Schickler, K Pearson, BD Feinstein
The Journal of Politics 72 (3), 672-689, 2010
Agenda control, majority party power, and the House Committee on Rules, 1937–52
E Schickler, K Pearson
Legislative Studies Quarterly 34 (4), 455-491, 2009
Landmarks in the Study of Congress since 1945
NW Polsby, E Schickler
Annual Review of Political Science 5 (1), 333-367, 2002
Discharge petitions, agenda control, and the congressional committee system, 1929–76
K Pearson, E Schickler
The Journal of Politics 71 (4), 1238-1256, 2009
Investigating the president: Committee probes and presidential approval, 1953–2006
DL Kriner, E Schickler
The Journal of Politics 76 (2), 521-534, 2014
Public opinion, organized labor, and the limits of New Deal liberalism, 1936-1945
E Schickler, D Caughey
Organized Labor, and the Limits of New Deal Liberalism 1945, 1936
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