Political Parties of the World
Alan John Day
John Harper, 2002 - Political Science - 604 pages
Updated for the fifth edition, this reference covers every country and territory of the world with functioning political parties. Organized in A-Z country order, the book provides fully-updated, reliable and objective data for anyone working in the field of current affairs.
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