New politics and old party persistence : party adaptation in Australia, Britain, and the United States
Over the past three decades the notion that western party-systems remain frozen has been challenged by the apparent onset of post-industrial trends which threaten the support base of old political parties. In particular, scholars rejecting the freezing proposition have identified a rise in aggregate electoral volatility, a decline in group voting loyalties and the emergence of a New Politics. This study argues that the party systems of Australia, Britain and the United States...[Show more]
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