- Title Pages
- 1 Elections, parties and the political system
- 2 The German electoral system
- 3 Political parties and electoral politics
- 4 The public and electoral politics
- 5 Election campaigns, 1949–2002
- 6 Second-order elections
- 7 Conclusion
- Appendix 1 Turnout and the allocation of seats to Länder
- Appendix 2 The causes of surplus seats at Bundestag elections
- Appendix 3 The ‘three-seat’ alternative to the 5 per cent requirement
- Appendix 4 The official representative electoral statistics
- Appendix 5 The election of the federal president
- Appendix 6 d'Hondt or Hare–Niemeyer? That is the question
- Appendix 7 The Bundesrat powers of veto
- Appendix 8 The Bundestag Election: 2005
- German Electoral Politics
- Manchester University Press
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