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How Russia Votes

White, S., Rose, R. and McAllister, I., (Eds.) (1997) How Russia Votes. Chatham House Publishers, Chatham, New Jersey. ISBN 9781566430371

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Item Type:Edited Book
Additional Information:Contents: Introduction. Coming Late to Free Elections -- 1. Elections Soviet Style. Significance of Choice and Accountability. Marxist-Leninist Inheritance. Negotiated Relationship -- 2. Opening Pandora's Box: The First Competitive Elections. Electing the USSR Congress of Deputies in 1989. Elections in the Republics in 1990. Electing a Russian President in 1991 -- 3. What Can Influence Russian Voters? Political Attitudes in Postcommunist Russia. Economic Influences in Postcommunist Russia. Social Structure -- 4. Referendum or Opinion Poll? Referendum in Soviet Political Thought. Soviet and Russian Referendums of March 1991. Russian Referendum of April 1993. Voting in the April Referendum -- 5. Weak Yes for a Constitution. Toward a New Russian Constitution. October Crisis and a Draft Constitution.
Status:Published
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:White, Prof Stephen
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College/School:College of Social Sciences > School of Social and Political Sciences > Politics
Publisher:Chatham House Publishers

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