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CORRECTION.

Samuel Kernell wishes to thank Kenneth Janda for pointing out that the 1828 predicted vote percentages in the first column of Table 1 in his September 2000 article in PS (p.572) are out of order and include a typograpical error. Fortunately, the statistical analysis at the bottom of the table is based on the correct order and, consequently, unaffected by this transcription error. The correct sequence, along with the rest of the data, can be found on the author's web site [less than]http://weber.ucsd.edu/[sim]skernell/1828elec.txt[greater than].

In the September 2000 issue of PS Christopher J. Carmen's name was misspelled. We apologize for the misprint.

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Publication:PS: Political Science & Politics
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Date:Dec 1, 2000
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