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Conclusion

  • Ian Budge
  • J. A. Brand
  • Michael Margolis
  • A. L. M. Smith

Abstract

In spite of the reversal of expectations in regard to party competition, our stratification model has functioned reasonably well as an explanation of the trends uncovered in the Glasgow data. Even when unsuccessful its failure has raised interesting questions, and its utility as a guide and focus for analysis has been demonstrated in the analysis of agreement, representation, communication and politicians’ autonomy.

Keywords

Current Issue Fundamental Disagreement Stratification Model Great Agreement Party Line 
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© Ian Budge, J. A. Brand, Michael Margolis and A. L. M. Smith 1972

Authors and Affiliations

  • Ian Budge
  • J. A. Brand
  • Michael Margolis
  • A. L. M. Smith

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