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Contents of Volume 17 Issue 6 November 2011

Andrew J. Drummond,
"Assimilation, contrast and voter projections of parties in left-right space: Does the electoral system matter? 711-743.
Detlef Jahn,
"Conceptualizing Left and Right in comparative politics: Towards a deductive approach," 745-765.
Michelle Kuenzi and Gina M. S. Lambright,
"Who votes in Africa? An examination of electoral participation in 10 African countries," 767-799.
José Fernández-Albertos and Víctor Lapuente,
"Doomed to disagree? Party-voter discipline and policy gridlock under divided government," 801-822.
Jungkun Seo,
"Wedge-issue dynamics and party position shifts: Chinese exclusion debates in the post-Reconstruction US Congress, 1879-1882," 823-847

Book Reviews
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Aleks Szczerbiak and Paul Taggart (eds), Opposing Europe? The Comparative Party Politics of Euroscepticism, Volume II: Comparative and Theoretical Perspectives.
London: Oxford University Press, 2008.
Party Politics, 17 (November, 2011), 849-851. (Reviewed by Susan Milner)
Richard J. Semiatin (ed.) Campaigns on the Cutting Edge.
Washington: CQ Press, 2008.
Party Politics, 17 (November, 2011), 851-852. (Reviewed by Stephen J. Farnsworth)
Joan DeBardeleben and Jon H. Pammett (eds) Activating the Citizen: Dilemmas of Participation in Europe and Canada.
London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.
Party Politics, 17 (November, 2011), 853-855. (Reviewed by Russell J. Dalton)
Stephen Levine and Nigel S. Roberts (eds) Key to Victory: The New Zealand General Election of 2008.
Wellington, N.Z.: Victoria University Press, 2010.
Party Politics, 17 (November, 2011), 855-857. (Reviewed by Jack H. Nagel)
Kevin Hickson (ed.) The Political Thought of the Liberals and Liberal Democrats since 1945.
Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2009.
Party Politics, 17 (November, 2011), 857-859. (Reviewed by Emma Sanderson-Nash)
last update December 2011