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From the Publisher...a thought-provoking argument that comprehensively surveys the theory and literature regarding the degree to which voters look to the past and future in making their decisions ... Lockerbie's work takes up a neglected subject and shows why it deserves more attention.— American Review of Politics
"...[Lockerbie's] volume adds to the mounting evidence that voters base their decisions more on concern about the future than on their reaction to what has already passed."— Political Science Quarterly
"This book deals with a very important subject within the economic voting literature: the significance of retrospective versus prospective judgments. It helps overcome the wrongful neglect of the prospective school."— Michael S. Lewis-Beck, coauthor of Economics and Elections: The Major Western Democracies"