Political Parties and Party Systems

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INDEX
abortion issue 26, 27, 35
Accion Democratia ( Venezuela) 194 activity/activism:
and organization of party 111-12
see also supporters
Additional Member system 193, 219, 310
administration see bureaucracy
advertising see campaigning under media
Africa:
campaigning 300
decolonization 10-11
ideology 131-3
non-liberal democracies: parties in 124-7, 131-6; party systems 246, 247, 250, 252
organization of party 142
parties 124, 126-7
party systems 247, 250, 252
selection of candidates and leaders 263
supporters and activists 134-6
African National Congress ( South Africa, ANC) xiii, 141, 247
agenda setting 327
Agrarian parties 152, 164, 335 ideology 22, 28, 39, 44
Albania130, 136
Algerian war 233
Almond, Gabriel A.8, 185
Alternative Vote system 218
alternatives to participation 83-4
American Independence Party61, 402
American Party ( USA) 398-9
ANCsee African National Congress
Anglicans 30
anti-clericalism 30, 31
anti-partism 1-2
anti-system parties 153-4, 337
Appleton, Andrew82, 85
appointments as rewards see office
Argentinaxvii
ideology 21, 42, 45
organization of party 139, 142
parties 5, 126, 127, 133, 139, 142
party systems 151, 154, 169, 194, 253
armed conflict see military; wars
Asia:
parties 124, 125, 127, 137
party systems 246, 247-8, 250, 251, 252
see also China; India; Japan
Asquith, Herbert Henry207, 345
atomized multipartism 171
Australia:
comparison with non-liberal-democracies 124, 125
government 335, 359, 366
ideology 22, 24, 39, 44
organization of party 98, 107
party systems 220; classified 159, 162-3, 164, 170, 173
right-wing parties 240
selection of candidates and leaders 263
Austria:
campaigning 302, 311
government: formation 335-7, 340; parties 359, 362, 365, 370
ideology 44
liberal democracy imposed on 125
party systems: classified 154, 159, 162-3, 169, 173, 174; stability and change 214, 215, 217-18
recent changes 379
selection of candidates and leaders 263, 267
supporters and activists 73, 74, 82, 88
authoritarian rule 1, 23, 138
liberal democracy imposed on 125
parties opposing 137-9, 141-2
periodic 125, 135-6
see also non-liberal-democracies; right-wing
Ba'ath parties ( Syria and Iraq) 127-8, 132
Bad Godesberg Conference ( 1959) 24, 35, 53, 86, 235
balanced ticket 271
Balladur, E. 369
banned parties 130
see also repression
basic elements of parties 95-7
Bavarian People's Party ( Germany) 388-9
behavioural revolution 11
Belgium:
government 337, 340, 350, 359, 362-3
ideology 39, 40, 42, 44, 48

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Contents ix
  • List of Figures xi
  • List of Tables xii
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • About This Book xvi
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I - Parties 15
  • Chapter One - Parties and Ideology 17
  • Chapter Two - Supporters, Members, and Activists 63
  • Chapter Three - Party Organizations 93
  • Chapter Four - Parties in Non-Liberal- Democratic Regimes 124
  • Part II - Party Systems 145
  • Chapter Five - The Classification of Party Systems 147
  • Chapter Six - Why Party Systems Differ 184
  • Chapter Seven - Stability and Change in Party Systems 213
  • Chapter Eight - Party Systems in Non- Liberal-Democratic Regimes 245
  • Part III - Moving towards Government 255
  • Chapter Nine - The Selection of Candidates and Leaders 257
  • Chapter Ten - Campaigning for Election 289
  • Chapter Eleven - Voter Choice and Government Formation 317
  • Chapter Twelve - Parties in Government 349
  • Conclusions 377
  • Appendix 1 - France 383
  • Appendix 2 - Germany 388
  • Appendix 3 - Great Britain 391
  • Appendix 4 - Japan 395
  • Appendix 5 - United States 398
  • Notes 404
  • Index 417
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