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    Blais, A.

    The Debate over Electoral Systems

    1991 - International Political Science Review

    In-text: (Blais, 1991)

    Your Bibliography: Blais, A., 1991. The Debate over Electoral Systems. International Political Science Review, 12(3), pp.239-260.

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    Boix, C.

    Setting the Rules of the Game: The Choice of Electoral Systems in Advanced Democracies

    1999 - The American Political Science Review

    In-text: (Boix, 1999)

    Your Bibliography: Boix, C., 1999. Setting the Rules of the Game: The Choice of Electoral Systems in Advanced Democracies. The American Political Science Review, 93(3), p.609.

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    Bowler, S., Lanoue, D. J. and Savoie, P.

    Electoral Systems, Party Competition, and Strength of Partisan Attachment: Evidence from Three Countries

    1994 - The Journal of Politics

    In-text: (Bowler, Lanoue and Savoie, 1994)

    Your Bibliography: Bowler, S., Lanoue, D. and Savoie, P., 1994. Electoral Systems, Party Competition, and Strength of Partisan Attachment: Evidence from Three Countries. The Journal of Politics, 56(04), p.991.

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    Steps toward making every vote count: electoral system reform in Canada and its provinces

    2005 - Choice Reviews Online

    In-text: (Steps toward making every vote count: electoral system reform in Canada and its provinces, 2005)

    Your Bibliography: Choice Reviews Online, 2005. Steps toward making every vote count: electoral system reform in Canada and its provinces. 42(11), pp.42-6764-42-6764.

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    Spafford, D.

    The Electoral System of Canada

    1970 - The American Political Science Review

    In-text: (Spafford, 1970)

    Your Bibliography: Spafford, D., 1970. The Electoral System of Canada. The American Political Science Review, 64(1), p.168.

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