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Political parties in advanced industrial democracies, edited by Paul Webb, David M. Farrell, and Ian Holliday

Label
Political parties in advanced industrial democracies, edited by Paul Webb, David M. Farrell, and Ian Holliday
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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unknown if item is government publication
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Political parties in advanced industrial democracies
Oclc number
50527934
Responsibility statement
edited by Paul Webb, David M. Farrell, and Ian Holliday
Series statement
Comparative politics
Table Of Contents
Introduction: political parties in advanced industrial democracies / Paul Webb -- Political parties in Britain: secular decline or adaptive resilience? / Paul Webb -- Italian parties: change and functionality / Luciano Bardi -- Party decline in the parties state? The changing environment of German politics / Susan E. Scarrow -- France: never a golden age / Andrew Knapp -- The colour purple: the end of predictable politics in the low countries -- Kris Deschouwer -- The Scandinavian party model at the crossroads / Jan Sundberg -- Party politics in Ireland: regularizing a volatile system / R. J. Murphy and David M. Farrell -- Spain: building a parties state in a new democracy / Ian Holliday -- Parties at the European level / Simon Hix -- Still functional after all these years: parties in the United States, 1960-2000 / John C. Green -- Canada's nineteenth-century cadre parties at the millennium / R. Kenneth Carty -- Political parties in Australia: Party stability in a utilitarian society / Ian McAllister -- Parties and society in New Zealand / Jack Vowles -- Conclusion: political parties and democratic control in advanced industrial societies / Paul Webb
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