The new partisanship

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 24 Number 2 (2016)

The new partisanship
Jonathan White, Lea Ypi pages -


The re-emergence of the party as a site of mobilisation invites a broader interpretation of partisanship. A party is not just a collective that aims to win electoral power, but one that does so as part of a principled, long-term project.

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