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When Parties Fail: Emerging Alternative Organizations
Les mer. Om boka 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.
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Three broadly comparative chapters consider the reasons for major party persistence in some nations and the causes and impact of their decline in others.