|1 Winning Isn't Everything: Losers' Consent and Democratic Legitimacy ||1|
|2 Political Legitimacy and the Winner-Loser Gap ||17|
|3 The Winner-Loser Gap: Contours and Boundaries ||33|
|4 The Dynamics of Losers' Consent: Persistence and Change in the Winner-Loser Gap ||50|
|II UNDERSTANDING DIFFERENCES IN LOSERS' CONSENT|
|5 Individual Differences in Losers' Consent ||73|
|6 Winning and Losing in Old and New Democracies ||90|
|7 How Political Institutions Shape Losers' Consent ||120|
|8 Comparing Losers' Assessments of Electoral Democracy ||141|
|9 Losing and Support for Institutional Change ||165|
|10 Conclusion: Graceful Losers and the Democratic Bargain ||182|
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Book title: Losers' Consent: Elections and Democratic Legitimacy.
Contributors: Christopher J. Anderson - Author, Andre Blais - Author, Shaun Bowler - Author, Todd Donovan - Author, Ola Listhaug - Author.
Publisher: Oxford University Press.
Place of publication: Oxford, England.
Publication year: 2005.
Page number: vii.
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