The Roots of Begin's Success: The 1981 Israeli Elections.
by Caspi, Dan, Diskin, Abraham and Gutmann, Emanuel, edited by.
Octavo in dust jacket, 297 pp., tables, bibliography, index
Articles are "Critical Aspects of the Elections and Their Implications," Shlomo Aronson and Nathan Yanai, "The Jewish Ethnic Vote: An Aggregative Perspective," Avraham Diskin, "A Geographical Analysis of the Elections in Jewish Urban Communities," Amiram Gonen, "The Ethnic Factor in Elections," Yochanan Peres and Sara Shemer, "Polarization and Volatility Among Voters," Avraham Diskin, "The NRP in Transition - Behind the Party's Electoral Decline," Menachem Friedman, "The Arab Vote," Jacob M. Landau, "Coexistence or Hegemony? Shifts in the Israeli Security Concept," Yoram Peri, "The Policy Formation - Electoral Economic Cycle 1955-1981," Alex Radian, "Following the Race: Propaganda and Electoral Decision," Dan Caspi, "Every Day is Election Day: Press Coverage of Pre-Election Polls," Gabriel Weimann.
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 19591