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The political consequences of electoral laws / by Douglas W. Rae.

Rev. ed.. New Haven : Yale University Press, [1971] .
ISBN 0300015186, 0300015178

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Subjects Election law.
Loi électorale.
Partis politiques.
Political parties.
Description xi, 203 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Previous edition published in 1967.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 195-199) and index.
Summary "This study analyzes relationships between electoral laws and political party systems on a cross-national scale. Since these relationships are found in any political system with institutionalized, partisan elections--the liberal democracies--this cross-national strategy seems appropriate. Accordingly, I have tried to isolate those relationships between electoral laws and party systems which are general to the twenty liberal democracies included in the study, or to subclasses within the twenty. The emphasis is on the cross-national verification of certain hypothises, expressed as propositions in the text, and not on the description of events unique to individual national histories. These unique events are treated here only as specific instances of broad patterns." -from Preface.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)276253
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WorldCat Identities Rae, Douglas W.
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