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The advantages of ideological cohesion: a model of constituency representation and electoral competition in multiparty democracies. J. Theor. Polit. 14(1):37– 70 McGann AJ, Grofman B, Koetzle W. 2002. S. House of Representatives. Public Choice 113:337–56 McKelvey RD. 1976. Intransitivities in multidimensional voting models and some implications for agenda control. J. Econ. Theory 12:472–82 Merrill S III. 1993. Voting behavior under the directional spatial model of electoral competition. Public Choice 77:739–56 Merrill S III, Adams J.

In Probability Models of Collective Decision Making, ed. RG Niemi, F Weisberg, pp. 332–57. Columbus, OH: Charles E. Merrill Cooper A, Munger MC. 2000. The (un)pre- dictability of primaries with many candidates: simulation evidence. Public Choice 103(3–4):337–55 Cox GW. 1984. Electoral equilibrium in double member districts. Public Choice 44:43–51 Cox GW. 1987. Electoral equilibrium under alternative voting institutions. Am. J. Polit. Sci. 31(1):82–108 Cox GW. 1990. Centripetal and centrifugal incentives in electoral systems.

J. Theor. Polit. 14(1):37– 70 McGann AJ, Grofman B, Koetzle W. 2002. S. House of Representatives. Public Choice 113:337–56 McKelvey RD. 1976. Intransitivities in multidimensional voting models and some implications for agenda control. J. Econ. Theory 12:472–82 Merrill S III. 1993. Voting behavior under the directional spatial model of electoral competition. Public Choice 77:739–56 Merrill S III, Adams J. 2001. Computing Nash equilibria in probabilistic, multiparty spatial models with non-policy components.

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