About this title: Why do U.S. senators have a harder time winning reelection than do members of the House of Representatives? Drawing on newly available data, Jonathan S. Krasno argues that Senate elections are more competitive because Senate challengers are more likely to be experienced politicians who wage intense, visible, and costly campaigns than are those who take on House incumbents. With a new epilogue commenting on the 1994 elections.
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