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Contents of Volume 8 Issue 3, May 2002

Rosa Mulé,
"Factional Alliances, Trade Union Bargaining Power and Social Policy in Australia," 259-278.
Stephen M. Swindle,
"The Supply and Demand of the Personal Vote: Theoretical Considerations and Empirical Implications of Collective Electoral Incentives," 279-300.
Lynda Erickson and David Laycock,
"Post-Materialism Versus the Welfare State?: Opinion Among English Canadian Social Democrats," 301-325.
Seth Goldstein,
"Party Leaders, Power and Change," 327-348.
Tim Bale and Christine Dann,
"Is the Grass Really Greener? The Rationale and Reality of Support Party Status: A New Zealand Case Study," 349-365.

Book reviews

Ron Johnston, Charles Pattie, Danny Dorling and David Rossiter,
From Votes to Seats: The Operation of the UK Electoral System Since 1945. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2001.
Reviewed by Michael Thrasher, University of Plymouth, 367-369
Rosa Mulé, Political Parties, Games and Redistribution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
Reviewed by Françoise Boucek, London School of Economics, 369-371
Clive S. Thomas (ed.), Political Parties and Interest Groups: Shaping Democratic Governance. Lynne Rienner, 2001
Reviewed by Wyn Grant University of Warwick, 371-373
Lawrence D. Longley and Reuven Hazan (eds), The Uneasy Relationships Between Parliamentary Members and Leaders.
London: Frank Cass Publishing, 2000.
Reviewed by Shaun Bowler University of California, Riverside, 373-374
Donatella M. Viola,
European Foreign Policy and the European Parliament in the 1990s: An Investigation into the Role and Voting Behaviour of the European Parliament's Political Groups. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000.
Reviewed by Tapio Raunio, University of Helsinki, 375-376

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