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Contents of Volume 11 Issue 1, January 2005

Jonathan Knuckey,
"Racial Resentment and the Changing Partisanship of Southern Whites," 5-28.
Paul Pennings,
"Parties, Voters and Policy Priorities in the Netherlands, 1971-2002," 29-45.
Rick Farmer and Rich Fender,
"eParties: Democratic and Republican State Parties in 2000," 47-58.
Chia-Hung Tsai,
"Policy-making, Local Factions and Candidate Coordination in Single Non-Transferable Voting: A Case Study of Taiwan," 59-77.
John Gerring,
"Minor Parties in Plurality Electoral Systems," 79-107.
Bojan Todosijevic,
"Issues and Party Preferences in Hungary: A Comparison of Directional and Proximity Models," 109-126.

Book reviews
Perspectives on Political Parties: Classic Readings. Susan E. Scarrow, ed.,
New York and Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002.
Party Politics, 11 (January, 2005), 127-128 (Reviewed by Alan Ware)
Electoral Democracy. Michael B. MacKuen and George Rabinowitz, eds.,
Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2003.
Party Politics 11 (January,2005),129-130. (Reviewed by Elinor Scarbrough)
Elections and Parties in New European Democracies. Richard Rose and Neil Munro,
Washington, D.C.: CQ Press, 2003.
Party Politics 11 (January,2005 ), 131-133. (Reviewed by Paul G. Lewis)
The French and Italian Communist Parties: Comrades and Culture. Cyrille Guiat,
London and Portland, OR: Frank Cass, 2003.
Party Politics 11 (January, 2005), 133-135. (Reviewed by James Newell)
The Labour Party: Continuity and Change in the Making of 'New Labour'. Steven Fielding,
Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.
Party Politics 11 (January, 2005),135-137 (Reviewed by Steve Ludlam)
last updated June 2006