The Greening of Australian Politics: The 1990 Federal Election
Clive Bean, Ian McAllister, John Warhurst
Longman Cheshire, Jan 1, 1990 - Australia - 229 pages
Collection of nine essays focusing on the role of environmental issues in the 1990 federal election. Aimed primarily at tertiary-level politics students, the study incorporates the results of a national survey of candidates and voters concerning environmental issues. Includes a detailed summary of the election results.
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The National Campaign John Warhurst
Minor Parties the Environment Elim Papadakis
Economic Voting and David John
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1990 Australian Election 1990 federal election ALP's Andrew Peacock Appendix Table Australian Democrats Australian Election Study Australian Electoral Commission Australian Labor Party average Bob Hawke Coalition Committee on Electoral concern contest debate Democrat preferences Democrats and Greens division economic voting election campaign environment environmental issues favour government's groups House of Representatives Howard impact important Inglehart interest rates Janine Haines Labor candidates Labor government Labor Liberal National leadership Lib-Nat Liberal and National Liberal-National major parties March marginal seats materialist McAllister Morgan National Party Nuclear Disarmament Party organisations party launches Party Support Party's percentage points political advertising political parties politics issues postmaterialism postmaterialist values pre-selection Queensland question respondents Saulwick second preferences Senate South Wales survey swing Sydney Morning Herald Tasmania television Total two-party preferred vote unemployment United Tasmania Group Victoria Voting per cent Western Australia