How Political Parties Respond: Interest Aggregation Revisited

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Contents
List of illustrationsvii
1Do parties respond? Challenges to political parties and their consequences
THOMAS POGUNTKE 1
2Speaking for whom? From 'old' to 'New' Labour
JAMES E. CRONIN 15
3From disaster to landslide: the case of the Britsh Labour Party
PATRICK SEYD AND
PAUL WHITELEY 41
4From people's movements to electoral machines? Interest aggregation and the social democratic parties of Scandinavia
NICHOLAS AYLOTT 61
5From aggregation to cartel? The Danish case
KARINA PEDERSEN 86
6How parties in government respond: distributive policy in post-Wall Berlin
LOUISE K. DAVIDSON-SCHMICH 105
7Reaggregating interests? How the break-up of the Union for French Democracy has changed the response of the French moderate right
NICOLAS SAUGER 129
8Radicals, technocrats and traditionalists: interest aggregation in two provincial social democratic parties in Canada
A. BRIAN TANGUAY 146

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • 1 - Do Parties Respond? 1
  • 2 - Speaking for Whom? 15
  • 3 - From Disaster to Landslide 41
  • 4 - From People's Movements to Electoral Machines? 61
  • 5 - From Aggregation to Cartel? 86
  • 6 - How Parties in Government Respond 105
  • 7 - Reaggregating Interests? 129
  • 8 - Radicals, Technocrats and Traditionalists 146
  • 9 - Paying for Party Response 176
  • 10 - Latecomers but 'Early-Adapters' 198
  • 11 - Representative Rule or the Rule of Representations 227
  • 12 - Five Variations on a Theme 250
  • Index 267
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