Stability and Change in German Elections: How Electorates Merge, Converge, or Collide

Stability and Change in German Elections: How Electorates Merge, Converge, or Collide

Stability and Change in German Elections: How Electorates Merge, Converge, or Collide

Stability and Change in German Elections: How Electorates Merge, Converge, or Collide

Synopsis

Anderson, Zelle, and their contributors provide in-depth analyses of electoral trends in Germany--the one country in which an electorate that had maintained stable democracy after World War II was enlarged by compatriots who had experienced decades of socialist rule.
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