Party Elites in Divided Societies: Political Parties in Consociational Democracy

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1.1 Pillar parties and party systems in consociational democracy: a framework for comparative analysis 7
2.1 Conditions for consensus democracy before and after 1970 (factor scores) 27
2.2 Conditions for consociationalism in Austria before and after 1970 (factor scores) 29
2.3 Conditions for consociationalism in Belgium before and after 1970 (factor scores) 29
2.4 Conditions for consociationalism in the Netherlands before and after 1970 (factor scores) 30
2.5 Conditions for consociationalism in Switzerland before and after 1970 (factor scores) 30
2.6 Movement of the Belgian parties on the left-right scale (1946-77 32
2.7 Movement of the Belgian parties on the left-right scale (1974-87) 33
2.8 Movement of the Austrian parties on the left-right scale (1949-90) 33
2.9 Movement of the Dutch parties on the left-right scale (1945-90) 34
2.10 Movement of the Swiss parties on the left-right scale (1947-87) 34
2.11 Polarisation in consociational democracies (1945-89) 35
6.1 Swiss government coalition parties’ combined share of the vote at National Council elections (1947-95) 154
7.1 Party preference in Israel by religious, class and Zionist attitudes 165
7.2 Twenty-five democratic regimes plotted on the two consensual-majoritarian dimensions 178
7.3 Seat percentage of Labor and Likud components, Knesset elections (1949-96) 181
8.1 The constituent elements of the concept of pillarization 194
8.2 Pillar parties’ joint share of the national vote in Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands (1945-95) 200
8.3 Electoral fractionalisation in Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands (1945-95) 201
8.4 Total volatility per election in Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands (1948-95) 204

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