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Political representation of immigrants and minorities, The

Reference: 2016/0214
Category Culture
Subtitle voters, parties and parliaments in liberal democracies
Author Bird, Karen; Saalfeld, Thomas; Wüst, Andreas M.
Acc Num 2016/0214
Location BIR CUL
Media Type Books - Nonfiction
Publisher Routledge
Subjects Voters, parties and parliaments in liberal democraies
Language English
Date of of Publication 2011
ISBN 978-0-415-49272-0
Edition
Series
Pages 284
Hardcover No
Illustrated Yes
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