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The Journal of the Northeastern Political Science Association

Editors: Alyson Cole, Robyn Marasco, and Charles Tien


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Please share the link to your article rather than a PDF.  Strong online usage statistics, which are very important for tracking readership of your paper, play a vital role in identifying where your work may be making its strongest impact—but the ability to gain such data is lost with an easily pirated PDF. Your article's abstract is always freely available; the full article may require a subscription to access.

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