Party Politics & Social Cleavages in Turkey
Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2013 - 155 pages
Despite radical changes in Turkish politics since the transition to a multiparty system in the mid-1940s, the center-right parties have consistently won an electoral majority. Why? How have they managed to maintain such a firm hold in the face of social cleavages that pit modernizing, secularist state elites against a conservative and pious majority? Ergun Özbudun uses the lens of Turkey¿s party and electoral systems to enhance our understanding of the country¿s polarized politics.
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