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Green parties and political change in contemporary Europe : new politics, old predicaments / Michael O'Neill
Bib ID 1706748
Format BookBook
Author
O'Neill, Michael, 1946-
 
Description Aldershot, Hants, England ; Brookfield, Vt. : Ashgate, c1997 
532 p. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 1855217864 (hardback)
1855217902 (paperback)
Full contents
  • Pt. 1. The Green phenomenon: roots and branches. Ch. 1. The dynamics of Green party politics in contemporary western Europe
  • Pt. 2. Green parties and Europe's changing political order. Ch. 2. Die Grunen in Germany. Ch. 3. Green parties in Benelux. Ch. 4. Alternativists and alternatives: Green party politics in Alpine Europe. Ch. 5. Les Verts in France. Ch. 6. Green Lists and Federations in Mediterranean Europe. Ch. 7. The Iberian Verdes. Ch. 8. The Green Party in the United Kingdom. Ch. 9. Comhaontas Glas in Ireland. Ch. 10. The Green Association and the Miljopartieten of Scandinavia
  • Pt. 3. New politics and Green parties: the problematic of political change. Ch. 11. New politics for old? An overview of a changing political landscape. Ch. 12. Party systems in western Europe: persistence, adaptation or radical change?
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 497-519) and index.

Subjects Green movement -- Europe.  |  Political parties -- Europe.  |  Europe -- Politics and government -- 1945-
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