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Elections

  • It's The Economy, Stupidby Vicky Pryce; Andy Rice; Peter Urwin

    Biteback Publishing 2015; US$ 18.94

    “Indispensable for anyone who wants to engage in economic argument on the basis of facts not prejudices.? JOHN KAY CBE, FELLOW IN ECONOMICS, ST JOHN?S COLLEGE, OXFORD “This book performs an important public service by throwing analytical light on the big issues.? DAME KATE BARKER, CHIEF ECONOMIC ADVISER TO THE CBI 1994–2001 “With so many uncertainties... more...

  • Seat by Seatby Iain Dale

    Biteback Publishing 2015; US$ 2.90

    The 2015 general election is almost upon us, but the question on everyone?s mind is also the one that no one seems to be able to answer: What?s the result going to be? While political commentators all nervously agree it will be ‘one to remember?, the truth is that this is the most unpredictable election in recent memory. For the first time in British... more...

  • How Modi Won Itby Harish Khare

    Hachette India 2015; Not Available

    Marked by deep ideological divisions, a massive advertising blitz and an election campaign that could claim to rival the US presidential polls, the 2014 general election has been called ?historic? for its verdict ? a political party received a majority in the Lok Sabha for the first time in three decades. In this personal, partisan and superbly perceptive... more...

  • Democratizing Inequalitiesby Caroline W. Lee; Michael McQuarrie; Edward T. Walker; Craig Calhoun

    NYU Press 2015; US$ 26.00

    Opportunities to ?have your say,? ?get involved,? and ?join the conversation? are everywhere in public life. From crowdsourcing and town hall meetings to government experiments with social media, participatory politics increasingly seem like a revolutionary antidote to the decline of civic engagement and the thinning of the contemporary public sphere.... more...

  • Why Vote Green 2015by Shahrar Ali; Jenny Jones

    Biteback Publishing 2015; US$ 10.19

    ‘There?s absolutely no other choice but Green. The others are all the same.? DAME VIVIENNE WESTWOOD The recent groundswell of support for the Greens has made them something of a dark horse in British politics. Will the party build on Caroline Lucas?s 2010 breakthrough and convince the electorate that they will govern for more than just the environment?... more...

  • Japanese and Russian Politicsby Takashi Inoguchi

    Palgrave Macmillan 2015; US$ 54.17

    This volume offers a comparative analysis of Japanese and Russian politics in the 2010s, examining both domestic dimensions and foreign policy. more...

  • France After 2012by Gabriel Goodliffe; Riccardo Brizzi

    Berghahn Books 2015; US$ 90.00

    In May 2012, French voters rejected the liberalizing policies of Nicolas Sarkozy and elected his opponent, the Socialist Francois Hollande, president. In June 2012, the incumbent president's center-right UMP party was swept out of government in the ensuing parliamentary elections, giving way to a new center-left majority in the National Assembly.... more...

  • Writing Southern Politicsby Robert P. Steed; Laurence W. Moreland

    The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 45.00

    In Writing Southern Politics , leading scholars review the key research and writing on southern politics since World War II. This essential volume covers topical areas such as civil rights, public opinion, political behavior, party development, population movement, governors, legislatures, and women in politics. more...

  • Without Consentby Warren E. Miller

    The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 35.00

    The transmission of policy preferences from the mass electorate to the political elite is the subject of Warren Miller's illuminating new book. The elites of whom he writes are the delegates to recent nominating conventions analyzed in their subsequent roles as activists involved in presidential election campaigns. Miller's analysis delineates circumstances... more...

  • Legislative Party Campaign Committees in the American Statesby Anthony Gierzynski

    The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 35.00

    In a time of increasing campaign costs and decreasing state political party activity, legislative party campaign committees have grown to play a major role in the politics of elections in a large number of American states. Anthony Gierzynski's book focuses on these committees. In this first multi-state analysis, Gierzynski explores the nature and... more...