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Introduction

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Abstract

In the nineteenth century aspiring MPs tried to win campaigns by hiring election agents to bribe voters. On polling day, candidates paid innkeepers to keep supporters happily refreshed. These options are no longer available to modern political parties.

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© Martin Rosenbaum 1997

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