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Contents of Volume 19 Issue 6 November 2013

 Patrick Dunleavy and Rekha Diwakar,
"Analysing multiparty competition in plurality rule elections," 855-886.
Matthew Goodwin, Robert Ford, and David Cutts,
"Extreme right foot soldiers, legacy effects and deprivation: A contextual analysis of the leaked British National Party (BNP) membership list," 887-906.  
Derek S Hutcheson,
"Party cartels beyond Western Europe: Evidence from Russia," 907-924.
Thomas T Holyoke,
"The interest group effect on citizen contact with Congress," 925-944.
Staffan I Lindberg,
"Have the cake and eat it: The rational voter in Africa," 945-961.
Hans Noel,
"Which long coalition? The creation of the anti-slavery coalition," 962-984.
Kevin Byrne and Eoin O'Malley,
"What's in a name? Using surnames as data for party research," 985-997.

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Russell L. Dalton, David M. Farrell, and Ian McAllister, Political parties and democratic linkage: How parties Organize Democracy. (Reviewed by R. K. Carty)
Oxford University Press, 2011.
Party Politics, 19 (November 2013), 998-999.
Kay Lehman Schlozman, Sidmey Verba, and Henry E. Brady, The unheavenly chorus: Unequal political voice and the broken promise of American democracy (Reviewed by Mildred A Schwartz)
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Pres, 2012.
Party Politics, 19 (November 2013), 999-1001.
Joseph Colomer, Personal representation: The neglected dimension of electoral systems (Reviewed by Michael Gallagher)
Colchester: ECPR Press, 2011.
Party Politics, 19 (November 2013), 1001-1003.
Rico Isaccs, Party system formation in Kazakhstan: Between formal and informal politics (Reviewed by John Ishiyama)
New York: Routledge, 2011.
Party Politics, 19 (November 2013), 1003-1005.
Michael Gallagher and Michael Marsh (eds.), How Ireland voted 2011: The full story of Ireland's earthquake election (Reviewed by Katy Hayward)
Basingtoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 2011.
Party Politics, 19 (November 2013), 1005-1007
last update November 2013