Electoral Politics

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Clarendon Press, 1992 - Literary Criticism - 267 pages
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Elections are universal methods of political choice and decision-making. This book has commissioned essays on key topics of voting behaviour, election rules, the media, election pacts, and the consequences of elections. The essays are by distinguished authors drawn from both sides of the Atlantic, including Donald Stokes, Austin Ranney, Richard Rose, Anthony King, and Dennis Kavanagh. They form a tribute to the famous student of elections, David Butler.

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Dennis Kavanagh is at University of Nottingham.

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