The Formation of National Party Systems: Federalism and Party Competition in Canada, Great Britain, India, and the United States

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FIGURES AND TABLES

FIGURES
1.1.Effective Number of National Parties in Lower-House Elections in Canada6
1.2.Effective Number of National Parties in Lower-House Elections in Great Britain7
1.3.Effective Number of National Parties in Lower-House Elections in India8
1.4.Effective Number of National Parties in Lower-House Elections in the United States8
2.1.Distribution of the Effective Number of Parties in District Elections in Canada, Great Britain, India, and the United States41
2.2.Distribution of Effective Number of Parties in District Elections, All Four Countries41
2.3.Distribution of Effective Number of Parties in District Elections, All Four Countries42
2.4.Average Effective Number of Parties in the Districts over Time, All Four Countries44
2.5.Effective Number of Parties in Single-Member and Multiple-Member Districts in Great Britain44
2.6.Typical Vote Distributions in District Elections, All Four Countries46
2.7.Cramer's V for All Four Countries51
2.8.SF-Ratio Distributions for Canada, Great Britain, and India53
2.9.Six Distributions of SF Ratios for Canada54
2.10.Six Distributions of SF Ratios for Great Britain55
4.1.The Yearly Average Proportions of Districts within Provinces That the First and Second Party Contested in Canada89
4.2.Independent Candidates in Canada94
4.3.Independent Candidates in India98
4.4.Independent Candidates in the United States99
5.1.Federal Expenditure as a Proportion of Federal and Provincial Expenditures in Canada114

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Figures and Tables ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Chapter 1 - Introduction 1
  • Chapter 2 - Electoral Competition at the Constituency Level 28
  • Chapter 3 - Party Aggregation 61
  • Chapter 4 - From Local Notables to Party Competition 81
  • Chapter 5 - Centralization and Provincialization 101
  • Chapter 6 - Dynamics of Party Aggregation 161
  • Chapter 7 - Party Aggregation in Four Countries 180
  • Chapter 8 - Conclusion 222
  • Appendix 239
  • Bibliography 243
  • Index 269
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