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When Parties Fail: Emerging Alternative Organizations e-book

Author:

Kay Lawson,Peter H. Merkl

Language:

English

Category:

Politics

Subcategory:

Politics & Government

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1690 kb

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Rating:

4.6

Publisher:

Princeton University Press; Limited edition edition (June 21, 1988)

Pages:

608

ISBN:

0691102422

When Parties Fail: Emerging Alternative Organizations e-book

by Kay Lawson,Peter H. Merkl


Kay Lawson Peter H. Merkl14 sánzá ya nsambo 2014. When Parties Fail explores alternative organizations in depth and comparatively.

Kay Lawson Peter H. Princeton University Press. Ajouter à la liste de souhaits. Among the organizations discussed are environmentalist groups, such as the West German and Swedish Greens, the Italian Radicals, and local protest groups in Japan, Switzerland, and the United States.

Peter H. Merkl When Parties Fail explores alternative organizations in depth and comparatively.

Series: Princeton Legacy Library. Throughout history parties have faltered and new groups have emerged, but rarely has this process been so accelerated, so widespread, and so conducive to dramatic political change as in our present era.

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Lawson, Kay, Merkl, Peter H. Format: Book. Alternative politics : the German Green Party, Thomas Poguntke. by: Poguntke, Thomas Published: (1993). Political violence under the Swastika : Peter H. Merkl. by: Merkl, Peter H. Published: (1975).

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Herbert Kitschelt, "Elite Cadres and Party Coalitions: Representing the Public in Party Politics. Denise L. Baer, David A. Bositis When Parties Fail: Emerging Alternative Organizations. Kay Lawson, Peter Merkl," The Journal of Politics 52, no. 1 (Fe. 1990): 317-321.

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Kay Lawson and Peter H. Merki (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press . Peter H. Smith, Crisis and Democracy in Latin America, World Politics. Merki (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1988), 421-46; Jack Bielasiak, Inequalities and the Politicization of the Polish Working Class, in Communist Politics: A Reader, e. Said Amir Arjornand, Plea for an Alternative View of Revolution, Contention 2 (Winter 1993): 171–83; Pakulski, Eastern Europe and 'Legitimacy Crisis', 272–88; Giuseppe di Palma, Legitimation from the Top to Civil Society: Politico–Cultural Change in Eastern Europe, World Politics 44 (October 1991): 49–80; Daniel Chirot, What Happened in Eastern Europe in 1989? in The Crisis.

Throughout history parties have faltered and new groups have emerged, but rarely has this process been so accelerated, so widespread, and so conducive to dramatic political change as in our present era. When Parties Fail explores alternative organizations in depth and comparatively. Among the organizations discussed are environmentalist groups, such as the West German and Swedish Greens, the Italian Radicals, and local protest groups in Japan, Switzerland, and the United States. Also considered are new groups seeking attention in unresponsive party systems, such as the Danish Gilstrup party, the British SDP, and American PACs; community parties and movements in Israel, India, Britain, and the American South; and antiauthoritarian movements in Poland (Solidarity), Taiwan, and Ghana. The case of France provides an example of major party survival. Three broadly comparative chapters consider the reasons for major party persistence in some nations and the causes and impact of their decline in others.

The contributors to the book are David Apter, Myron J. Aronoff, Liang-shing Fan, Frank B. Feigert, Zvi Gitelman, Ronald J. Herring, Jon Kraus, Kay Lawson, Tom Mackie, Peter H. Merkl, Raffaela Y. Nanetti, Angelo Panebianco, Mogens N. Pedersen, Geoffrey Pridham, Peter Pulzer, Richard Rose, Donald Schoonmaker, Frank Sorauf, Robert C. A. Sorensen, Evert Vedung, Hanes Walton, Jr., and Frank L. Wilson.

Originally published in 1988.

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