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Israel at the Polls, 1992 (Milken Library of Jewish Public Affairs Series)
     

Israel at the Polls, 1992 (Milken Library of Jewish Public Affairs Series)

by Daniel J. Elazar, Shmuel Sandler
 

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The results of the June 1992 Israeli elections at first indicated a normal transition of power from Likud to Labor in the tradition of Western democracies, rather than an upset. However, one and one-half years later there were signs of a major change. Israel at the Polls, 1992 looks at the parties, election campaigns, major institutions, and analyzes the policies

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The results of the June 1992 Israeli elections at first indicated a normal transition of power from Likud to Labor in the tradition of Western democracies, rather than an upset. However, one and one-half years later there were signs of a major change. Israel at the Polls, 1992 looks at the parties, election campaigns, major institutions, and analyzes the policies of the new government's first year. Co-published with the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.

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Domes
Both Daniel Elazar and Shmuel Sandler are highly conversant in the intricacies and dynamics of Israeli domestic politics. They have put together a powerful collection of academic scholars to treat the various aspects of the Israeli body politic relevant during an election.
The Jerusalem Post
While they are academics, their prose is easy to read without being facile, and their data and analysis are solid.
Patricia Elyse Terrell
...this book lucidly surveys all the facets of election momentum for change,...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780847679768
Publisher:
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date:
11/22/1994
Series:
Milken Library of Jewish Public Affairs Series
Pages:
300
Product dimensions:
5.92(w) x 8.96(h) x 0.79(d)

Meet the Author

Daniel J. Elazar is president of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. Shmuel Sandler is a fellow at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.

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