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Cumulative Voting as an Alternative
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Voter Response to Campaigns and New Election Rules
Minority Representation under Alternative
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Page 144 - GS 1958. Cumulative voting; patterns of party allegiance and rational choice in Illinois state legislative contests.
Page 143 - Proportional Representation and Election Reform in Ohio (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1995). 18. Ibid., 11. 19. Belle Zeller and Hugh A. Bone, "The Repeal of PR. in New York CityTen Years in Retrospect," American Political Science Review 42 (1948): 1127-48.