Green Parties in National Governments

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Ferdinand Müller-Rommel, Thomas Poguntke
Psychology Press, 2002 - Political Science - 168 pages
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Research on the green and alternative parties that have arisen in advanced industrial European countries since the 1970s has focused on their origin and development, organization and ideology, and electoral success. Here political scientists from the various countries so affected consider the behavior of the parties once they become part of a ruling government. In addition to country reports on Finland, Italy, France, Germany, and Belgium, they look at lifespace and political performance, and trace the evolution from protest to acquiescence. Distributed in the US by ISBS. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
 

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Contents

Foreword by Ronald Inglehart vi
1
Finland Jukka Paastela
17
Italy Roberto Biorcio
39
France Daniel Boy
63
Germany Wolfgang Riidig
78
Belgium Jo Buelens and Kris Deschouwer
112
Green Parties in National Governments From
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Appendix I References
146
Appendix II Green Parties in Europe
159
Notes on Contributors
165
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