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Wildavsky, Aaron. 1964. The Politics of the Budgetary Process. Boston: Little, Brown.

Wildavsky, Aaron. 1975. Budgeting: A Comparative Theory of the Budgeting Process. Boston: Little, Brown.

Wildavsky, Aaron. 1979. The Politics of the Budgetary Process. 3rd ed. Boston: Little, Brown.

Wildavsky, Aaron. 1992. The New Politics of the Budgetary Process. 2d ed. New York: HarperCollins.

Wilhite, Allen, and John Theilman. 1987. Labor PAC Contributions and Labor Legislation: A Simultaneous Logit Approach. Public Choice 53: 267–76.

Wilhite, Allen. 1988. Union PAC Contributions and Legislative Voting. Journal of Labor Research 9: 79–90.

Wilkerson, John D., T. Jens Feeley, Nicole S. Schiereck, and Christi Sue. 1999a. Bill Introductions as Indicators of Issue Salience: Health Legislation 1987–1990. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Western Political Science Association, Seattle.

Wilkerson, John D., T. Jens Feeley, Nicole S. Schiereck, and Christi Sue. 1999b. Policy Interest and Legislative Responsiveness: Bill Introductions as Indicators of Issue Salience. Paper presented at the 1999 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Atlanta.

Willand, Jennifer R. 1998. Forecasting Budget Theory for the 21st Century Through a Local Lens. Paper presented at the 1998 Meeting of the American Society for Public Administration, Seattle.

Wills, Christopher. 1993. The Runaway Brain. New York: Basic Books.

Wilsford, David. 1991. Doctors and the State: The Politics of Health Care in France and the United States. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press.

Wilson, Frank L. 1987. Interest-Group Politics in France. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Wilson, James Q. 1973. Political Organizations. New York: Basic Books.

Wilson, James Q. 1989. Bureaucracy: What Government Agencies Do and Why the Do It. New York: Basic Books.

Wilson, James Q. 1995. Political Organizations. 2d ed. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Wilson, Woodrow. 1885. Congressional Government: A Study in American Politics. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Wittenberg, Ernest, and Elisabeth Wittenberg. 1994. How to Win in Washington. 2d ed. Cambridge: Basil Blackwell.

Wlezien, Christopher. 1995. The Public as Thermostat: Dynamics of Preferences for Spending. American Journal of Political Science 39: 981–1000.

Wlezien, Christopher. 2003. On the Salience of Political Issues. Oxford: Nuffield College.

Wolfinger, Raymond and Steven Rosenstone. 1980. Who Votes? New Haven: Yale University Press.

Wolman, Harold and Lisa Marckini. 1998. Changes in Central-city Representation and Influence in Congress since the 1960s. Urban Affairs Review 34: 291–312.

Wolpe, Bruce C. 1990. Lobbying Congress: How the System Works. Washington: Congressional Quarterly.

Woolley, John T. 2000. Using Media-Based Data in Studies of Politics. American Journal of Political Science 44 (1): 156–73.

Worsham, Jeff. 1998. Wavering Equilibriums, Subsystem Dynamics, and Agenda Control. American Politics Quarterly 26: 485–512.

Worsham, Jeffrey. 1997. Other People’s Money. Boulder, CO: Westview.

Wright, C.R., and H.H. Hyman. 1958. Voluntary Association Membership of American Adults. American Sociological Review 23: 284–94.

Wright, Fiona M. 1997. The House in an Era of Fiscal Austerity: Institutional and Strategic Responses to the New Deficit Politics, 1974–1996. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association.

Wright, John R. 1985. PACs, Contributions, and Roll Calls: An Organizational Perspective. American Political Science Review 79: 400–14.



Wright, John R. 1990. Contributions, Lobbying, and Committee Voting in the U.S. House of Representatives. American Political Science Review 84: 417–38.

Wright, Quincy. 1950. Political Science and World Stabilization. American Political Science Review 44: 1–13.

Wuthnow, Robert. 1991. The Voluntary Sector: Legacy of the Past, Hope for the Future. In Robert Wuthnow, ed., Between States and Markets: The Voluntary Sector in Comparative Perspective. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

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Young, Garry and Joseph Cooper. 1993. Multiple Referral and the Transformation of House Decision Making. In Lawrence C. Dodd and Bruce I. Oppenheimer, eds., Congress Reconsidered 5th ed. Washington: Congressional Quarterly.

Young, Garry. 1996. Committee Gatekeeping and Proposal Power under Single and Multiple Referrals. Journal of Theoretical Politics 8: 65–78.

Zahariadis, Nikolaos. 1995. Markets, States and Public Policy: Privatization in Britain and France. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press.

Zahariadis, Nikolaos. 1999. Ambiguity, Time, and Multiple Streams. In Theories of the Policy Process, ed. Paul A. Sabatier. Boulder, Colo: Westview, pp. 73–96.

Zald, Mayer N., and John D. McCarthy, eds. 1979. The Dynamics of Social Movements. Cambridge: Winthrop.

Zald, Mayer N., and John D. McCarthy, eds. 1986. Social Movements in an Organization Society. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books.

Zald, Mayer N., and John D. McCarthy. 1980. Social Movement Industries: Competition and Cooperation Among Movement Organizations. Research in Social Movements, Conflicts, and Change 3: 1–20.

Zaller, John R. 1992. The Nature and Origins of Mass Opinion. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Zeigler, L. Harmon, and G. Wayne Peak. 1972. Interest Groups in American Politics. 2d ed. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

Zeigler, L. Harmon, and Hendrik Van Dalen. 1976. Interest Groups in State Politics. In Herbert Jacob and Kenneth N. Vines, eds., .Politics in the American States. 3d ed. Boston: Little, Brown.

Zeigler, L. Harmon. 1964. Interest Groups in American Society. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

Zeller, Belle. 1937. Pressure Politics in New York. New York: Prentice-Hall.

Zhu, Jian-Hua. 1992. Issue Competition and Attention Distraction: A Zero-Sum Theory of Agenda-Setting. Journalism Quarterly 69: 825–36.

Zimring, Franklin E. 2003. The Contradictions of American Capital Punishment. New York: Oxford University Press.

Zipf, George Kingsley. 1949. Human Behavior and the Principle of Least Effort. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.

Zuk, Gary, and Nancy R. Woodbury. 1986. U.S. Defense Spending, Electoral Cycles, and Soviet-American Relations. The Journal of Conflict Resolution 30: 445–68.





1 This is simply a list of references taken from various books and articles I have published, and then updated with other references as they become useful in my research. Rather than remake it each time I keep a master bibliography. It can be useful for others, so I make it available. In this spirit, please do not mis-use it or plagiarize it. Note that some articles listed as “forthcoming” may have appeared in the time since I prepared this bibliography. There may also be errors or incomplete citations; if you find such things please email me at Frankb@psu.edu and I will make corrections. The bibliography is sorted automatically and may not be in perfectly correct alphabetical order.

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