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Voting Radical Right in Europe: a Comprehensive Explanation for Vote Choice

@inproceedings{Hansen2016VotingRR,
  title={Voting Radical Right in Europe: a Comprehensive Explanation for Vote Choice},
  author={Michael A. Hansen},
  year={2016}
}
VOTING RADICAL RIGHT IN EUROPE: A COMPREHENSIVE EXPLANATION FOR VOTE CHOICE 
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