3 edition of Trends in the 1980 congressional elections found in the catalog.
Trends in the 1980 congressional elections
Susan M. Arico
by Free Congress Research & Education Foundation in Washington, D.C. (721 Second St., N.E., Washington 20002)
Written in English
Based on the proceedings of a conference held Dec. 11-14, 1980, in Fontana, Wis., sponsored by the Free Congress Research and Education Foundation.
|Statement||by Susan M. Arico.|
|Series||Currents in politics|
|Contributions||Free Congress Research and Education Foundation.|
|LC Classifications||JK1968 1980 .A74|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 91 p. :|
|Number of Pages||91|
|LC Control Number||81069208|
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