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Contents of Volume 19 Issue 5 September 2013

 John Ishiyama, Anna Batta, and Angela Sortor,
"Political parties, independents and the electoral market in sub-Saharan Africa," 695-712.
Lori Thorlakson,,
"Measuring vertical integration in parties with multi-level systems data," 713-734.
 Danielle Resnick,
"Do electoral coalitions facilitate democratic consolidation in Africa?," 735-757.
Christina Isabel Zuber,
"Beyond outbidding? Ethnic party strategies in Serbia," 758-777.
Nicole Bolleyer and Anika Gauja,
"Parliamentary salaries as a party resource: Party organizational power in Westminster democracies," 778-797.
Samuel DeCanio and Corwin D. Smidt,
"Prelude to populism: Mass electoral support for the Grange and Greenback parties," 798-820.
Carsten Jensen and Jens Peter Frølund Thomsen,
"Can party competition amplify mass ideological polarization over public policy? The case of ethnic exclusionism in Denmark and Sweden," 821-840.
"Corrigendum," 851.

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Matthijs Bogaards and Françoise Boucek (eds), Dominant political parties and democracy: Concepts, measures, cases and comparisons (Reviewed by Caroline Close)
London: Routledge, 2010.
Party Politics, 19 (September 2013), 841-843.
Joel D. Aberbach and Gillian Peele (eds), Crisis of conservatism? The Republican Party, the conservative movement, and American politics after Bush (Reviewed by Richard Skinner)
New York: Oxford University Press, 2011.
Party Politics, 19 (September 2013), 843-845.
Patrick Fournier, Henk van der Kolk, R. Kenneth Carty, Andre Blais and Jonathan Rose, When citizens decide: Lessons from citizen assemblies on electoral reform (Reviewed by Paul Webb)
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011.
is, 19 (September 2013), 845-847.
Barry Levitt, Power in the balance: Presidents, parties and legislatures in Peru and beyond (Reviewed by George Philip)
Notre Dame, IN: Notre Dame University Press, 2012.
Party Politics, 19 (September 2013), 847-849.
James Mitchell, Lynn Bennie and Rob Johns, The Scottish National Party: Transition to power (Reviewed by Peter Lynch)
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
Party Politics, 19 (September 2013), 849-850.
last update November 2013