How Political Parties Respond: Interest Aggregation Revisited

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Index

a
Almond, Gabriel 129 , 251-2
anchorage 1 , 12 , 16 , 86-7
Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ) 253
anti-globalization movements 147 , 169
autonomy 2 , 6 , 68 , 71 , 89 , 93-5 , 102 , 136 , 148 , 157 , 161-2 , 165 , 170-1 , 183

b
ballots, 3-4 , 6-7 , 27 , 33 , 44-5 , 48 , 51 , 72 , 96 , 98 , 100-1 , 133 , 140 , 213 , 254 , 261
Bayrou, François 131-2 , 140
Belgian Flemish Bloc 253
'Bennite' strategy 25
Berlin 8 , 105-8 , 110 , 113-15 , 117-20 , 123-4 ;
Eastern 8 , 106 , 109-10 , 112 , 114 , 116 , 118-20 , 122-4 ;
Western 8 , 106 , 109-10 , 112-14 , 116-20 , 123-4
Berlusconi, Silvio 10 , 12 , 176 , 178 , 187-93 , 256 , 262
Powell, Bingham G. 129 , 251
Blair, Tony 6 , 20 , 22 , 24 , 28-9 , 31-3 , 42-8 , 51-2 , 54 , 57 , 258 , 260
Bouchard, Lucien 159 , 165-6
Bourassa, Robert 153 , 158
Branting, Hjalmer 73
Britain 41 , 53 , 55-6 , 58 , 68 , 258
British Columbia 155
British parties:
Conservative Party 41-2 , 45 , 55 , 577 ;
Labour Party 6-7 , 15 , 20-1 , 23 , 25-9 , 32 , 34 , 41-3 , 45-7 , 50-4 , 56-8 , 70 , 151 , 244 , 258 , 261 ;
Liberal Democrats 17 ;
'New' Labour 6 , 15-20 , 24 , 29 , 33-4 , 42 , 44-8 , 53 , 169-71 ;
'Old' Labour 17-18 , 20 , 32-4 , 48 ;
Social Democratic Party 57
Brown, Gordon 46-7 , 49
business firm party 182 , 189 , 191-2 , 262
Bureau Politique (National Executive) 138-41

c
cadre parties 134 , 178
campaigning 9-12 , 56-8 , 62 , 75 , 77 , 80 , 105 , 181 , 184 , 188 , 190 , 200 , 212-18 , 228 , 244 , 261
Canada 146-8 , 150 , 152 , 154 , 158 , 161 , 169
Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) 168-9 , 171
Canadian parties:
Bloc Québécois 147 ;
Canadian Progressive Conservative Party 168 ;
Ontario New Democratic Party (ONDP) 147 , 150 , 154 ;
PQ (Parti Québécois) 9 , 147 , 149-52 , 158 , 163 ;
Rassemblement Pour L' Alternative Progressite 166 ;
Rassemblement Pour L'Indépendance (RIN) 151 ;
Reform Party 147
Canadian Royal Commission 146
Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) 162
Caplan, Gerald 156
cartel party model 87-90 , 95 , 101-3
Cassity, Michael 156
Castelli, Roberto 192
catch-all party 30 , 33 , 62 , 68 , 70 , 151 , 179 , 199 , 256
Catholic Church 176 , 182-3
Central Europe 230 , 255
Charlot, Jean 254
Chechnyan War 245
Chernomyrdin, Victor 236
charities 108 , 118
civil society 80 , 87 , 107 , 129 , 141 , 230-1 , 233 , 238-9
class lines 16 , 33
clause IV (Labour Party) 6 , 18 , 20-1 , 25 , 28 , 32 , 46-8
cleavages 11 , 86 , 131 , 135 , 139 , 176 , 230 , 236 , 244 , 251-3 , 256-8

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • 1 - Do Parties Respond? 1
  • 2 - Speaking for Whom? 15
  • 3 - From Disaster to Landslide 41
  • 4 - From People's Movements to Electoral Machines? 61
  • 5 - From Aggregation to Cartel? 86
  • 6 - How Parties in Government Respond 105
  • 7 - Reaggregating Interests? 129
  • 8 - Radicals, Technocrats and Traditionalists 146
  • 9 - Paying for Party Response 176
  • 10 - Latecomers but 'Early-Adapters' 198
  • 11 - Representative Rule or the Rule of Representations 227
  • 12 - Five Variations on a Theme 250
  • Index 267
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