The Greens in Western Europe

@article{Mllerrommel1985TheGI,
  title={The Greens in Western Europe},
  author={Ferdinand M{\"u}ller-rommel},
  journal={International Political Science Review},
  year={1985},
  volume={6},
  pages={483 - 498}
}
This study is an initial comparative exploration of the green party phenomenon. The principal objective of this article is to provide a general overview of the historical development, the electoral results, and the nature of the electorate of green parties in western Europe. A preliminary classification on green parties is offered, and it is demonstrated that the value orientation and ideological composition, as well as socio- demographic composition, of green parties' electorates differ across… Expand

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