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How France votes

Author: Michael S Lewis-Beck
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Chatham House Publishers, Seven Bridges Press, LLC, ©1999.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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How France votes.
New York, N.Y. : Chatham House Publishers, Seven Bridges Press, LLC, c1999
(DLC) 98058099
(OCoLC)40473847
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael S Lewis-Beck
ISBN: 0585258201 9780585258201
OCLC Number: 45731062
Description: 1 online resource (xi, 292 p.) : ill.
Contents: The enduring French voter / Michael S. Lewis-Beck --
The socialists, Jospin, and the Mitterand legacy / William Safran --
The electoral campaign / Bruno Cautres --
The National Front and the legislative elections / Martin A. Schain --
Europe becomes French domestic politics / George Ross --
Why did the right lose? / Gerard Grunberg --
The stability of the French party system : the enduring impact of the two-ballot electoral rules / Joseph A. Schlesinger and Mildred S. Schlesinger --
Cleavage voting and issue voting / Daniel Boy and Nonna Mayer --
The myth of neo-conservatism / Etienne Schweisguth --
The influence of political scandals on popularity and votes / Jean-Dominique Lafay and Marie Servais --
The France that doesn't vote : nonconsumption in the electoral market / Andrew M. Appleton --
Do the parties matter? / Kay Lawson and Collette Ysmal.
Responsibility: edited by Michael S. Lewis-Beck.

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