Parties and Democracy: Coalition Formation and Government Functioning in Twenty States

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Political parties are the central link in modern democracies: they get support from electors for their policies and put them into practice in government. At least, according to democratic theory. This book examines the actual behavior of 500 governments in 20 postwar democracies (including the East European Community, Japan, Australia, New Zealand ...

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