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Mebane, WR Jr (2008). Election Forensics: The Second-digit Benfordís Law Test and Recent American Presidential Elections. pp 161-181 in: Alvarez, RM, Hall, TE and Hyde, SD (eds.), Election Fraud: Detecting and Deterring Electoral Manipulation. Brookings Press, Washington DC. ISSN/ISBN:9780815701606. View Complete Reference Online information Works that this work references Works that reference this work
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