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What Is a Party?
Theories of Competition
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action American political Australian basic become Bevanite British Bundesrat Bundestag bureaucracy candidates cent century coalition common Communist conflict Congress consensus Conservatives constitutional countries debate decision democ democracy discussion dominant Duverger effect election electoral system elite end of ideology European existence experience fact Federal Executive force FPLP France French function Gaullist German governmental ical important industrial institutions internal issues Labour Party leaders legislative legislature less Liberal Lipset major parties mass Maurice Duverger ment modern movement opposition of principle organization parlia parliament parliamentary opposition parliamentary system party competition party discipline party system party's pattern perhaps plurality political parties political system popular presidential presidential system problems proportional representation question radical reform regime represented Republic result role rule seats Social Democrats socialist society structure technical tendency theory tion tive traditional two-party system unions vote voters Western workers