This study identifies the formation, in the years immediately following the First World War, of agrarian
parties in Australia, Canada and New Zealand as a relevant and unresolved problem for comparative
political science research. It constructs a formal theory of agrarian party formation, electoral support and
dissolution, assembles a set of electoral, census and agricultural economic data, specifies a set of statistical
models and estimates these models’ parameters at the Australian...[Show more]
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