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Williams, Laron K., and Guy D. Whitten. "Don't Stand So Close to Me: Spatial Contagion Effects and Party Competition." American Journal Of Political Science no. 2 (2015): 309. General OneFile, EBSCOhost
Drury, A. Cooper, Jonathan Krieckhaus, and Yamamoto Chika. "How Democracy Facilitates South Korean Interest in Free Trade Agreements." Korea Observer 45, no. 1 (Spring2014 2014): 39. Publisher Provided Full Text Searching File, EBSCOhost
Haselswerdt, Jake, and Brandon L. Bartels. "Public opinion, policy tools, and the status quo: evidence from a survey experiment." Political Research Quarterly no. 3 (2015): 607. General OneFile, EBSCOhost
Reeder, Bryce W. "Rebel Behavior in the Context of Interstate Competition: Exploring Day-to-Day Patterns of Political Violence in Africa." International Interactions 41, no. 5 (November 2015): 805-831. Academic Search Complete, EBSCOhost