India at the Polls: Parliamentary Elections in the Federal Phase

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Orient BlackSwan, Jan 1, 2003 - Cabinet system - 302 pages
The Book Takes A Close Look At The Last Three Lok Sabha Elections Those Of 1996, 1998 And 1999. It Is A Study Of Why Elections Have Become More Frequent Since 1989. The Reason Given Is The Transformation Of The Party System From One Of Congress Dominance To A Multi-Party Configuration Reflecting The Instability Of Minority And/Or Coalition Governments And Hung Parliaments.

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Contents

Electoral and Party Politics in India
1
Gearing up to the 1996 Polls and their Conduct
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Candidate Selection in 1996
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