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Historical Political Cleavages and Post-Crisis Transformations in Italy, Spain, Portugal and Ireland, 1953-2020

@inproceedings{Bauluz2021HistoricalPC,
  title={Historical Political Cleavages and Post-Crisis Transformations in Italy, Spain, Portugal and Ireland, 1953-2020},
  author={L. Bauluz and Amory Gethin and Clara Mart{\'i}nez-Toledano and Marc A. Morgan and Kevin Cunningham and Federico Curci and Carmen Durrer and Javier Padilla and Thomas Piketty and Aidan Regan},
  year={2021}
}
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