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Explaining Green party development : Reflections on a theoretical framework

Rudig, Wolfgang (1990) Explaining Green party development : Reflections on a theoretical framework. Strathclyde Papers on Government and Politics, 71.

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Abstract

This paper explains the Green party development and provides reflection on a theoretical framework.