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Smith, Joseph. “Law, Fact, and the Threat of Reversal From Above.” American Politics Research, March 2014, Volume 42(2): 226-256.

“Law, Fact, and the Threat of Reversal From Above.” Joseph L. Smith, The University of Alabama, Box 870213, 356 ten Hoor Hall Tuscaloosa, AL 35487, USA. Email: josmith@as.ua.edu American Politics Research, March 2014, Volume 42(2): 226-256. Abstract This article argues that the threat of review and reversal by supervising courts affects circuit court judges differently

Gina Lei Miller and Emily Hencken Ritter, “Emigrants and the onset of civil war.” Journal of Peace Research January 2014 51: 51-64

Emigrants and the onset of civil war Gina Lei Miller, University of Alabama Emily Hencken Ritter, University of California, Merced Abstract We propose that emigrants affect the likelihood of civil war onset in their state of origin by influencing the willingness of individuals to join rebel movements and the probability that the state and rebels