Conservative Parties and Right-Wing Politics in North America: Reaping the Benefits of an Ideological Victory?
Rainer-Olaf Schultze, Roland Sturm, Dagmar Eberle
Springer-Verlag, Feb 28, 2003 - Political Science - 298 pages
The thirteen papers assembled in this volume offer a comparative perspective on the state of conservative and right-wing populist parties in the North American democraties. They deal with: Ideological and Value Change in the North American Mass Publics, Conservative Ideology and Party Programmes, The Changing Landskape of the Two Party Systems, The Public Policies of Conservative and Neo-Liberal Governments in North America
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