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En Colombia Muere La Democracia Oct 1997

En Colombia Muere La Democracia

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses corruption that can happen in elections especially in Columbia.


Trends. The Liberian Elections And Reflections On Political Love, Editor Jul 1997

Trends. The Liberian Elections And Reflections On Political Love, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses political observations of survivors of wars, purges, massacres, and terror, survivors who have lost loved ones, all their worldly goods, even portions of their own bodies, minds, and spirits, often may be the biggest supporters of the perpetrators of evil.


Public Opinion And The 1996 Elections In Russia: Nostalgic And Statist, Yet Pro-Market And Pro-Yeltsin, David S. Mason Jan 1997

Public Opinion And The 1996 Elections In Russia: Nostalgic And Statist, Yet Pro-Market And Pro-Yeltsin, David S. Mason

Scholarship and Professional Work - LAS

Between 1991 and 1996 Russia underwent a precipitous economic and social decline with decreases in production, gross national product, and wages, and increases in inequality, crime, and corruption. Most people experienced a decline in their standard of living, and many fondly recalled the security and stability of the communist era.


"The Rebirth Of Party: The 1994 Congressional Elections In Historical Perspective", Richard M. Skinner Dec 1996

"The Rebirth Of Party: The 1994 Congressional Elections In Historical Perspective", Richard M. Skinner

Richard M. Skinner

The Republican surge of 1994 poses serious problems for most theories of congressional elections, which either discount the likelihood of such a swing, or attribute one to a readily apparent short-term cause. This essay includes a district-level analysis that finds a strong link between the 1988-92 presidential vote and the 1994 House vote. A discussion of theories of realignment leads to a conclusion that while the U.S. political system is changing, a new Republican era may not yet be upon us.