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Book:

McGann, Anthony J., Charles Anthony Smith, Michael Latner and Alex Keena. 2016. Gerrymandering in America: The House of Representatives, The Supreme Court, and The Future of Popular Sovereignty. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Peer-Reviewed Articles:

McGann, Anthony J., Charles Anthony Smith, Michael Latner and Alex Keena. 2015. A Discernable and Manageable Standard for Partisan Gerrymandering. Election Law Journal 14(4) 295-311.

Keena, Alex and Misty Knight-Finley. "Governed by Experience: Political Jobs and Party Loyalty in the Senate" (Revise and Resubmit)

Keena, Alex. "The Price of Access: State Size, Donor Engagement, and Senate Campaigns" (Under Review)

Book Review:

Keena, Alex. 2017. Review of PLUTOCRATS UNITED: CAMPAIGN MONEY, THE SUPREME COURT, AND THE DISTORTION OF AMERICAN ELECTIONS, by Richard L. Hasen. Law and Politics Book Review 27(2): 39-41.

Other Publications:

"The Supreme Court's quiet gerrymandering revolution." London School of Economics United States Politics and Policy blog. Oct. 25, 2017.

"Gerrymandering the Presidency." London School of Economics United States Politics and Policy blog. Feb. 8, 2017.

"We have a standard for judging partisan gerrymandering. The Supreme Court should use it." The Washington Post, "The Monkey Cage" blog. Feb. 2, 2017.

Why the House will remain Republican However we vote.” Newsweek. Oct. 2, 2016.

Why the Republicans will Retain the House in 2016...and 2018...and 2020.” London School of Economics United States Politics and Policy blog. Sept. 22, 2016.

Working Papers:

"Gerrymandering the States: The New Crisis in American Federalism" (Book Project) with Michael Latner, Anthony J. McGann, and Charles Anthony Smith

"Geography and Gerrymandering: A Unified Model." with Anthony J. McGann, Charles Anthony Smith, and Michael Latner.

"Do “small donors” drive polarization? Money and floor voting in the US Senate"

"Population Growth and the Decline of Representation in the U.S. Congress" (book project)

"Do Black Lives Matter When Black Votes Matter? Descriptive Representation in American Cities." with Anthony J. McGann, Charles Anthony Smith ,and Michael Latner.

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