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Partnering with Extremists: Coalitions between Mainstream and Far-Right Parties in Western EuropeKimberly A. Twist
Partnering with Extremists builds on existing work on coalition formation and party goals to propose a theory of coalition formation that works across countries and over time. The evidence comes from 19 case studies of coalition formation in Austria and the Netherlands, countries where far-right parties have been excluded when they could have been included and included when the mainstream right had other options. The argument is then extended to countries where coalitions are less common, France and the United Kingdom, and to cases of mainstream-right adoption of far-right themes. Twist incorporates both office and policy considerations in her argument and reimagines "policy" to be a two-dimensional factor; it matters not just where parties are located on an issue but how firmly they hold those positions.
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