Table of contents for Uncertainty in American politics / edited by Barry C. Burden.

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Part I. Elite and Institutional Politics: 1. Explaining the growth of the presidential branch: a theory and test Matthew J. Dickinson
2. Political uncertainty and administrative procedures Richard G. Vanden Bergh and Rui J. P. de Figueiredo Jr.
3. Uncertainty, political institutions, and the administrative state reconsidered George A. Krause
4. Bureaucracy and uncertainty Laurence O'Toole and Kenneth J. Meier
5. Uncertainty and political debate: how the dimensionality of political issues gets reduced in the legislative process Bryan D. Jones, Jeffrey C. Talbert and Matthew Potoski
Part II. Citizen and Electoral Politics: 6. Declining uncertainty: presidents, public opinion, and polls John G. Geer and Prateek Goorha
7. Uncertainty in American public opinion R. Michael Alvarez, John Brehm and Catherine Wilson
8. Risk and uncertainty as sources of incumbent insecurity Cherie D. Maestas
9. Black candidates, white voters: how uncertainty and information shape the white vote Zoltan Hajnal.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Uncertainty Political aspects United States, United States Politics and government