Irwin Lester Morris
Irwin Lester Morris
Professor and Chair, Department of Government and Politics, University of Maryland
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¿ Amigo o enemigo?: Context, attitudes, and Anglo public opinion toward immigration
MV Hood III, IL Morris
Social Science Quarterly, 309-323, 1997
Give Us Your Tired, Your Poor,… But Make Sure They Have A Green Card
MV Hoodiii, IL Morris
Political Behavior 20 (1), 1-15, 1998
Give us your tired, your poor,... but make sure they have a green card: The effects of documented and undocumented migrant context on Anglo opinion toward immigration
MV Hood, IL Morris
Political Behavior 20 (1), 1-15, 1998
"¡ Quedate o Vente!": Uncovering the Determinants of Hispanic Public Opinion Toward Immigration
MV Hood III, IL Morris, KA Shirkey
Political Research Quarterly 50 (3), 627-647, 1997
Two sides of the same coin? Employing Granger causality tests in a time series cross-section framework
MV Hood III, Q Kidd, IL Morris
Political Analysis 16 (3), 324-344, 2008
Brother, can you spare a dime? Racial/ethnic context and the Anglo vote on Proposition 187
MV Hood III, IL Morris
Social Science Quarterly, 194-206, 2000
African American voting on Proposition 187: Rethinking the prevalence of interminority conflict
IL Morris
Political Research Quarterly 53 (1), 77-98, 2000
The Rational Southerner: Black Mobilization, Republican Growth, and the Partisan Transformation of the American South
MV Hood III, Q Kidd, IL Morris
Oxford University Press, 2014
Congress, the President, and the Federal Reserve: The politics of American monetary policy-making
IL Morris
University of Michigan Press, 2002
Turnout and the local age distribution: examining political participation across space and time
JG Gimpel, IL Morris, DR Armstrong
Political Geography 23 (1), 71-95, 2004
Mighty fortresses: Explaining the spatial distribution of American megachurches
K Karnes, W McIntosh, IL Morris, S Pearson‐merkowitz
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 46 (2), 261-268, 2007
Of Byrd [s] and Bumpers: Using Democratic senators to analyze political change in the South, 1960-1995
MV Hood III, Q Kidd, IL Morris
American Journal of Political Science, 465-487, 1999
The lottery and income inequality in the States
EA Freund, IL Morris
Social Science Quarterly 86 (s1), 996-1012, 2005
Reading the tea leaves: Understanding Tea Party Caucus membership in the US House of Representatives
BT Gervais, IL Morris
PS: Political Science & Politics 45 (2), 245-250, 2012
Presidential campaigning in the 2002 congressional elections
PS Herrnson, IL Morris
Legislative Studies Quarterly 32 (4), 629-648, 2007
Gambling and income inequality in the states
EA Freund, IL Morris
Policy Studies Journal 34 (2), 265-276, 2006
The contemporary presidency explaining presidential greatness: The roles of peace and prosperity?
JL Curry, IL Morris
Presidential Studies Quarterly 40 (3), 515-530, 2010
First branch, or root? the Congress, the President, and the Federal Reserve
I Morris, M Munger
Public Choice 96 (3), 363-380, 1998
Symposium. The Directional Theory of Issue Voting: IV: On the Coexistence of Directional and Proximity Voters
IL Morris, G Rabinowitz
Journal of Theoretical Politics 9 (1), 75-88, 1997
The reintroduction of the Elephas maximus to the Southern United States: The rise of Republican state parties, 1960 to 2000
MV Hood III, Q Kidd, IL Morris
American Politics Research 32 (1), 68-101, 2004
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