On 16 June 1898, 7.8 million ballots were cast; five years later it was 9.5 million. These millions of individual choices, made within particular historical and political contexts, revealed a cross-section of the German political nation at the turn of the century. The numbers and percentages reflected not only sociological and social-economic groupings in the population but also the contextual factors of issues, images, strategies, and tactical voting; and they were conditioned by the particular institutions of mobilization and representation.
|Publisher:||University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division|
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