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Includes bibliographical references (p. -268) and index.
|Series||Contributions in political science,, no. 373|
|LC Classifications||JC311 .N492 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 279 p. :|
|Number of Pages||279|
|LC Control Number||95048357|
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Most advanced industrial democracies have been successful in controlling ethnic political conflicts peacefully. This book examines ethnoregional conflicts in seven ethnoregions-in Scotland, Flanders, Wallonia, Brussels, Quebec, Northern Ireland, and the Basque region of Spain-to explain what mactors determine electoral support for ethnoregional parties, why in some cases electoral conflict has REVIEW: ETHNOREGIONAL CONFLICT IN DEMOCRACIES Michael Keating Newman, Saul (), Ethnoregional Conflict in Democracies, London: Eurospan, hb, £, ISBN+xii pp.
This is a study of nationalist parties and political mobilization in Scotland, Quebec, Belgium, Northern Ireland and the Basque Country. The first three Ethnoregional Conflict in Democracies: Mostly Ballots, Rarely Bullets.
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