Politics in Western Europe: An Introduction to the Politics of the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Sweden, and the European Union

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Politics in
Western
Europe

SECOND EDITION An Introduction to the politics of the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Sweden, and the European Union.

M. Donald Hancock
Vanderbilt University

David P. Conradt
East Carolina University

B. Guy Peters
University of Pittsburgh

William Safran
University of Colorado, Boulder

Raphael Zariski
University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Chatham House Publishers, Inc.
Chatham, New Jersey

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Politics in Western Europe: An Introduction to the Politics of the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Sweden, and the European Union
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Politics in Western Europe *
  • Contents v
  • List of Tables vii
  • List of Figures xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Introduction xv
  • Part One - The United Kingdom *
  • 1 - The Context of British Politics 5
  • 2 - Where is the Power? 26
  • 3 - Who Has the Power and How Did They Get It? 54
  • 4 - How is Power Used? 83
  • 5 - What is the Future of British Politics? 102
  • Part Two - France *
  • 6 - The Context of French Politics 117
  • 7 - Where is the Power? 130
  • 8 - Who Has the Power and How Did They Get It? 154
  • 9 - How is Power Used? 188
  • 10 - What is the Future of French Politics? 201
  • Part Three - Germany *
  • 11 - The Context of German Politics 215
  • 12 - Where is the Power? 247
  • 13 - Who Has the Power and How Did They Get It? 264
  • 14 - How is Power Used? 293
  • 15 - What is the Future of German Politics? 308
  • Part Four - Italy *
  • 16 - The Context of Italian Politics 327
  • 17 - Where is the Power? 346
  • 18 - Who Has the Power and How Did They Get It? 372
  • 19 - How is Power Used? 411
  • 20 - What is the Future of Italian Politics? 419
  • Part Five - Sweden *
  • 21 - The Context of Swedish Politics 433
  • 22 - Where is the Power? 446
  • 23 459
  • 24 - How is Power Used? 477
  • 25 - What is the Future of Swedish Politics? 489
  • Part Six - The European Union *
  • 26 - The European Union: Development and the Primacy of Bureaucratic Politics 507
  • 27 - The Institutions of European Government 522
  • 28 - Political Processes in the European Union 540
  • 29 - Institutional Analysis 557
  • Appendix *
  • Index *
  • Index 602
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