Critical Elections, British Parties and Voters in Long-term Perspective
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Critical Elections

British Parties and Voters in Long-term Perspective

SAGE Publications Ltd

AideEAN13 : 9780857026309
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`An excellent account of how there came to be a landslide New Labour victory after almost two decades of uninterrupted Conservative Government, with expert analyses on the interrelated themes of party, social influences and issue alignments' - Richard Rose, University of Strathclyde

Did Labour's landslide victory in 1997 mark a critical watershed in British party politics? Did the radical break with 18 years of Conservative rule reflect a fundamental change in the social and ideological basis of British voting behaviour? Critical Elections brings together leading scholars of parties, elections and voting behaviour to provide the first systematic overview of long-term change in British electoral politics.

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