Who Voted Communist? Reconsidering the Social Bases of Radicalism in Interwar Poland

@article{Kopstein2003WhoVC,
  title={Who Voted Communist? Reconsidering the Social Bases of Radicalism in Interwar Poland},
  author={J. Kopstein and J. Wittenberg},
  journal={Slavic Review},
  year={2003},
  volume={62},
  pages={87 - 109}
}
Research on the sources of support for the communists in interwar Poland has emphasized the role of ethnic minorities, especially the Jews. To what degree did Poland's national minorities vote for the Communist Party? Using census data and electoral returns on interwar Poland's 2*72 districts, as well as a new technique for inferring individual level behavior from aggregate level data, Jeffrey Kopstein and Jason Wittenberg generate reliable estimates of ethnic group voting behavior for the Sejm… Expand
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