Stolen Elections: The Case of the Serbian October

@article{Thompson2004StolenET,
  title={Stolen Elections: The Case of the Serbian October},
  author={Mark R. Thompson and Mark R Philipp Kuntz},
  journal={Journal of Democracy},
  year={2004},
  volume={15},
  pages={159 - 172}
}
he overthrow of Slobodan Miloseviae in Serbia’s so-called OctoberRevolution four years ago was briefly celebrated by the internationalpress, and it also received extensive attention from scholars. Such ac-counts focused on why and how the opposition won the September 2000presidential ballot as well as on the organizing of the ensuing uprising.But the link between the regime’s disregard for the election results andthe subsequent mass mobilization has not been adequately explained. 
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