Political Parties and Party Systems

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Introduction
1.
Hamburg is a city state, combining the functions of a Land and local government.
2.
Kathleen Thelen and Sven Steinmo, "'Historical Institutionalism in Comparative Politics'", in Sven Steinmo, Kathleen Thelen, and Frank Longstreth (eds.), Structuring Politics: Historical Institutionalism in Comparative Analysis ( Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993), 2.
3.
Anthony King, "'Political Parties in Western Democracies'", Polity, 2 ( 1969), 114.
4.
G. John Ikenberry, "'Conclusion: An Institutional Approach to American Foreign Economic Policy'", in G. John Ikenberry, David A. Lake, and Michael Mastanduno (eds.), The State and American Foreign Economic Policy ( Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1988), 222-3, cited in Thelen and Steinmo, 'Historical Institutionalism in Comparative Politics', 2.
5.
K. C. Wheare, Federal Government ( London: Oxford University Press, 1946).
6.
Robert A. Dahl, "'The Behavioral Approach in Political Science: Epitaph to a Monument to a Successful Protest'", American Political Science Review, 55 ( 1961), 563-72.

Chapter 1
1.
Klaus von Beyme, Political Parties in Western Democracies ( Aldershot: Gower, 1985), 29.
2.
Anthony Downs, An Economic Theory of Democracy ( New York: Harper, 1957).
3.
Ian Budge, David Robertson, and Derek Hearl (eds.), Ideology, Strategy and Party Change: Spatial Analyses of Post-War Election Programmes in 19 Democracies ( Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987), 391 and 392.
4.
H. M. Drucker, "'The Influence of the Trade Unions on the Ethos of the Labour Party'", in Ben Pimlott and Chris Cook (eds.), Trade Unions in British Politics, 2nd edn. ( London and New York: Longman, 1991), 244. See also H. M. Drucker, "Doctrine and Ethos in the Labour Party" ( London: George Allen & Unwin, 1979).
5.
Von Beyme, Political Parties in Western Democracies, 3.
6.
For a fall discussion of the development of the ideas of 'liberal' and 'conservative' in the United States, see Samuel H. Beer, "'In Search of a New Public Philosophy'", in Anthony King (ed.), The New American Political System, First Version ( Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute, 1978).
7.
Michael Laver and W. Ben Hunt, Policy and Party Competition ( New York and London: Routledge, 1992).

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