Political Parties in Advanced Industrial Democracies

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2.1 UK general election results since 1945 17
2.2 Party composition of national government in the UK since 1945 18
2.3 Indications of popular dissatisfaction with parties in the UK 19
2.4 Partisan sentiment in the UK 20
2.5 Indicators of electoral volatility and uncertainty in the UK 22
2.6 Party membership in the UK since 1964 24
2.7 UK party head office income and expenditure, 1959-97 26
2.8 Party staffing in the UK 27
3.1 National election results (Camera dei Deputati) 48
3.2 Party composition of Italian governments 51
3.3 Measures of electoral change in Italy 1963-2001 52
3.4 Italian partisan attachment 53
3.5 Italian party membership, 1963-2001 55
3.6 Support for non-cartel parties, Camera dei Deputati, 1972-2001 56
3.7 Income and expenditure of major Italian parties (in billions of lire) 58
4.1 Electoral results in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1961-98 79
4.2 Government composition in Germany since 1957 80
4.3 Electoral volatility and partisan attachment among German electors 82
4.4 Party membership 83
4.5 Party finance in Germany 87
4.6 Party payroll staff in Germany 89
4.7 Legislative party cohesion 95
5.1 Executives and parliamentary majorities in the Fifth French Republic 111
5.2 Results of parliamentary elections in France, 1958-97 112
5.3 Results of French presidential elections (first ballots), 1965-95 113
5.4 Disappointment with the quality of political representation in France, 1989-2000 116
5.5 Partisan attachment in France 117
5.6 French views on the relevance of the Left/Right cleavage, 1981-96 118
5.7 France: Party popularities, 1981-95 (annual figures averaged from monthly polls) 119
5.8 Party membership in France since 1945 121
5.9 Party finance in France, selected years 127
5.10 Non-party members of the National Assembly, 1958-97 133

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Comparative Politics ii
  • Political Parties in Advanced Industrial Democracies iii
  • Acknowledgements v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Figures ix
  • List of Tables x
  • Notes on Contributors xiv
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • References 14
  • 2: Political Parties in Britain 16
  • References 42
  • 3: Italian Parties 46
  • Appendix: Glossary of Party Acronyms 73
  • 4: Party Decline in the Parties State? the Changing Environment of German Politics 77
  • References 103
  • 5: France 107
  • References 147
  • 6: The Colour Purple 151
  • 7: The Scandinavian Party Model at the Crossroads 181
  • References 210
  • 9: Spain 248
  • References 276
  • 10: Parties at the European Level 280
  • References 306
  • 11: Still Functional After All These Years 310
  • 12: Canada's Nineteenth-Century Cadre Parties at the Millennium 345
  • References 377
  • 13: Political Parties in Australia 379
  • References 406
  • 14: Parties and Society in New Zealand 409
  • References 434
  • 15: Conclusion 438
  • Index 461
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