Elitism, Populism, and European Politics

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LIST OF TABLES
1.1. Mean turn-out in candidate and referendum elections in selected countries 1945-199318
2.1. Interest in and discussion of politics by level of education in Italy and Germany 198848
3.1. Effect of policy areas and overt appeals to national interests on willingness to ban publication of confidential government documents73
3.2. Effect of appeals to national interests on willingness to ban publication of secret plans in different policy areas73
3.3. Willingness to ban publication of government secrets by where respondents place themselves ideologically74
3.4. Support for a ban on publication of five offensive items78
3.5. Effect of arguments in favour of censorship of crime coverage and racial or religious incitement79
3.6. Willingness to ban publication, by where respondents place themselves ideologically80
3.7. Average marks out of ten for protecting citizens' rights and liberties82
3.8. Opposition to government control of the media83
5.1. Result of the 1992 referendum on Maastricht in France104
7.1. Satisfaction with the way democracy works 1973-1992148-9
7.2. Subjective interest in politics 1983-1990150
7.3. Average turn-out per decade in various countries151
7.4. Party membership as a percentage of electorate155
10.1. Public attitudes to the apportioning of taxation 1990-1991207
10.2. Public support for government economic intervention 1990-1991208-9
10.3. Public support for public expenditure 1990-1991210-11
10.4. Comparative public interest in politics 1990-1991213

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