Parties and Party Systems: A Framework for Analysis

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Table 1From responsible government to party government18
Table 2Breakdowns and typology of party fractions72
Table 3Patterns, classes, and types of multipartism112
Figure 4Countries plotted by power dispersion of party systems113
Table 5Netherlands: Electoral returns 1946–1972132
Table 6Denmark: Electoral returns 1945–1975133
Table 7Israel: Aggregate electoral returns 1949–1973135
Table 8Weimar Republic: Electoral returns (Reichstag)138
Table 9Italy: Electoral returns 1946–1972 (low chamber) and regional elections of 1975138
Table 10France: Electoral returns 1945–1973 (low chamber)140
Table 11Chile: Electoral returns 1945–1973 (congress)143
Table 12Finland: Electoral returns 1945–1975145
Table 13Spanish Republic, 1931–1936 (left-to-right aggregations in seats)145
Table 14Linear trends (regression coefficients) of aggregatereturns in seven polarised polities146
Figure 15Trends in the Weimar Republic147
Figure 16aTrends in Italy148
Figure 16bItaly, Leftward centrifugation149
Figure 16cItaly, Rightward centrifugation149
Figure 17aFrance, aggregate returns 1945–1973150
Figure 17bTrends in France 1945–1973150
Figure 18Trends in Chile151
Figure 19Trends in Finland152
Figure 20Spain 1931–1936 (aggregate electoral distributions)153
Table 21Norway: Returns and seats 1945–1973 (Storting)155
Table 22Sweden: Returns and seats 1948–1973157
Table 23Belgium: Electoral returns 1894–1974 (low chamber)162
Table 24Belgium: Governmental coalitions 1946–1974164
Table 25Countries with dominant parties172
Table 26Dominant parties and predominant systems176
Table 27Characteristics of single-party states by types and criteria202
Table 28Mexico: Elections 1958–1973 (low chamber)207
Table 29Coups in Africa (independence to 1975)222
Table 30From fluidity to crystallisation (correspondences)230
Table 31Independent Africa: Sequences of political patterns in thirty-nine countries233–5
Table 32Turkey: Percentages and seats in national assembly 1946–1973248

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