Chapter One |
|The Labyrinth of Representation:
Structures, Systems, and Institutions13|
Chapter Two |
|Voting Rights and Political Representation in
Constitutional Law: The Primacy of Individualism33|
Chapter Three |
|Beyond Individualism: The Group Right to Representation47|
Chapter Four |
|Group Theory and the Pluralist Challenge to Representation67|
Chapter Five |
|The Quest for Representation in a Pluralist Democracy:
(or the Neopluralist Response)87|
Chapter Six |
|Party Subsystems as a Response to
the Neopluralist Argument109|
Chapter Seven |
|The Law of Reapportionment:
Party-Poor Theories of Representation127|
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Book title: Representation in Crisis:The Constitution, Interest Groups, and Political Parties.
Contributors: David K. Ryden - Author.
Publisher: State University of New York Press.
Place of publication: Albany, NY.
Publication year: 1996.
Page number: vii.
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