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Table of Contents

Series Preface
1 Value Change in Industrial Societies 3
2 Post-Materialism in an Environment of Insecurity 19
3 Value Change in Industrial Societies 41
4 The Priorities of Materialist and Post-Materialist Values in the Nordic Countries - a Five-Nation Comparison 59
5 The Persistence of Materialist and Post-Materialist Value Orientations 83
6 In an Environment of Insecurity: Postmaterialism in the European Community, 1970 to 1980 101
7 The Challenge of the "Participatory Revolution" in Pluralist Democracies 133
8 New Social Movements: Challenging the Boundaries of Institutional Politics 153
9 Cognitive Mobilization and Partisan Dealignment in Advanced Industrial Democracies 205
10 Governing Left Parties Frustrating the Radical Non-established Left: The Rise and Inevitable Decline of the Greens 227
11 The Life Expectancy of Left-libertarian Parties. Does Structural Transformation or Economic Decline Explain Party Innovation? A Response to Wilhelm P. Burklin 245
12 A Politico-economic Model instead of a Sour Grapes Logic: A Reply to Herbert Kitschelt's Critique 251
13 Postindustrial Politics in Germany and the Origins of the Greens 257
14 The Green Breakthrough in Sweden 283
15 New Politics: Just Post-Materialist? The Case of the Austrian and Swiss Greens 303
16 The Greens in Western Europe: Similar but Different 323
17 The Organization of a Participatory Party - the German Greens 341
18 Old and New Politics: The Dutch Peace Movement and the Traditional Political Organizations 369
19 Social Movements and the Greens: New Internal Politics in Germany 397
20 Organizational Interlocks Between New Social Movements and Traditional Elites: The Case of the West German Peace Movement 413
21 Parties under Stress: Realignment and Dealignment in Advanced Industrial Societies 431
22 The Left-Right Semantics and the New Politics Cleavage 449
23 Left-Libertarian Parties: Explaining Innovation in Competitive Party Systems 479
24 The Materialist/Post-Materialist Value Dimension as a Party Cleavage in the Nordic Countries 521
25 The German Greens in the 1980s: Short-term Cyclical Protest or Indicator of Transformation? 537
26 New Politics and Party Systems: The Emergence of a New Type of Party? 547
27 The New Right in Germany: The Transformation of Conservatism and the Extreme Right 561
Name Index 589
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