Surveys the fortunes of the Green and New Populist parties in various Western European countries and develops a framework for explaining their relative success and failure. Details two Swedish protest parties, the Green Party and New Democracy, comparing their electoral constituencies, party organization, and elite behavior to show their common origins and divergent strategies and to reveal the ways in which political systems incorporate contemporary forms of protest. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Paul A. Taggart is Lecturer in Politics at the University of Sussex.
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