Burdett A. Loomis, Editor 
University of Kansas 
July 1999
Contents of this issue:
 
Dilemmas of Representation
The Home Styles of New York State Representatives in the 1990s
Sally Friedman, State University of New York at Albany
Joe M. Cavazos, College of St. Rose
David A. Filbert
Paul S. Goggi III, State University of New York at Albany
Krista R. Ketterer, State University of New York at Albany
Leah A. Murray, State University of New York at Albany
Michael T. Rogers, State University of New York at Albany
Christopher M. Witko, University of North Carolina

The Other Y2K Problem: Representation and the Census of 2000
James L. McDowell, Indiana State University

Representational Explanations of 
the Ideological Polarization of the House of Representatives
Michael P. McDonald, Harvard University

Racial Redistricting and the Quest for Legislative Diversity
D. Stephen Voss, University of Kentucky

Devolution, Representation, and the Importance of Black State Legislative Power
Tyson King-Meadows, Middle Tennessee State University
Thomas F. Schaller, University of Maryland-Baltimore County

Race-Based Redistricting and Increased Conservatism in the House
Christine LeVeaux Sharpe, University of Houston


Contributions to "Extension of Remarks" are encouraged. The total length of such contributions should be four pages, text typed, single spaced, with references following the style of Legislative Studies Quarterly. Works may be edited for content or for length. Please send proposed contributions to Burdett A. Loomis, Department of Political Science, 504 Blake Hall, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS 66045-2157.
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