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Party Preferences and Electoral Reform: How Time in Government Affects the Likelihood of Supporting a Change

Bibliographic reference Pilet, Jean-Benoît ; Bol, Damien. Party Preferences and Electoral Reform: How Time in Government Affects the Likelihood of Supporting a Change. In: West European Politics, Vol. 34, no. 3, p. 566-588 (2011)
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