Provides an introduction to Dutch politics, and brings the English-language literature on Dutch politics up to date by discussing the impact of many recent social and political changes. The Dutch political system is an example of both consociational democracy and (neo-)corporatism.
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Table of ContentsList of Tables, Figures, Exhibits and Maps - Preface - The Country and the People - A Country of Minorities - Political Parties and the Party System - Electronics - The Cabinet - Parliament - The Policy-Making Process: Territorial Centralisation and Functional Decentralisation - Socio-Economic Policy - Foreign Policy - The Capability of a Fragmented System - Further Reading - Main Data Sources - Bibliography - Index