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Why Not Parties in Russia?: Democracy, Federalism, and the State

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Russia poses a major puzzle for theorists of party development. Virtually every classic work takes parties to be inevitable and essential to electoral competition, but Russia remains highly nonpartisan more than fifteen years after Gorbachev first launched his democratizing reforms. The problem is that theories of party development lack a "control case," almost always focu...more
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Published October 1st 2007 by Cambridge University Press (first published December 5th 2005)
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