Political Parties and Party Systems

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ABBREVIATIONS
ANC African National Congress
BIP Bharatiya Janata Party ( India; Hindu fundamentalist party)
CCF Co-operative Commonwealth Federation ( Canada; predecessor of the
NDP)
CDA Christian Democratic Appeal (an electoral alliance of three Christian
parties in the Netherlands formed in 1977; it became a single party in
1979)
CDS Democratic and Social Centre Party ( Spain)
CDU Christian Democratic Party ( Germany)
CSU Christian Social Party ( Germany; the Bavarian-based electoral allies of
the CDU)
D'66 Democrats '66 ( Netherlands)
DC Christian Democratic Party ( Italy; changed its name in 1993 to the Popular Party)
DP Democratic Party ( Luxemburg)
DRP Democratic Republican Party ( South Korea)
DSP Democratic Socialist Party ( Japan; right-wing splinter from JSP in
1959-60)
FDP Free Democratic Party ( Germany; the German liberal party)
FN National Front ( France)
FRG Federal Republic of Germany
GAP Green Alternative Party (Luxemburg)
GDR German Democratic Republic ('East Germany')
JCP Japan Communist Party
JSP Japan Socialist Party (now called SDJP)
Komeito Clean Government Party ( Japan; electoral wing of Buddhist Soka Gakkai)
KPD Communist Party ( Germany)
LDP Liberal Democratic Party ( Japan)
MEP Member of the European Parliament
MP Member of Parliament

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Contents ix
  • List of Figures xi
  • List of Tables xii
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • About This Book xvi
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I - Parties 15
  • Chapter One - Parties and Ideology 17
  • Chapter Two - Supporters, Members, and Activists 63
  • Chapter Three - Party Organizations 93
  • Chapter Four - Parties in Non-Liberal- Democratic Regimes 124
  • Part II - Party Systems 145
  • Chapter Five - The Classification of Party Systems 147
  • Chapter Six - Why Party Systems Differ 184
  • Chapter Seven - Stability and Change in Party Systems 213
  • Chapter Eight - Party Systems in Non- Liberal-Democratic Regimes 245
  • Part III - Moving towards Government 255
  • Chapter Nine - The Selection of Candidates and Leaders 257
  • Chapter Ten - Campaigning for Election 289
  • Chapter Eleven - Voter Choice and Government Formation 317
  • Chapter Twelve - Parties in Government 349
  • Conclusions 377
  • Appendix 1 - France 383
  • Appendix 2 - Germany 388
  • Appendix 3 - Great Britain 391
  • Appendix 4 - Japan 395
  • Appendix 5 - United States 398
  • Notes 404
  • Index 417
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