New Labour and constitutional reform: Why not introduce compulsory voting in all elections ?

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 2000 Number 16

New Labour and constitutional reform: Why not introduce compulsory voting in all elections ?
G.C. Harcourt, pages -

Abstract

G.C. Harcourt argues that compulsory voting would be a good way for NewLabour topromote the responsibilities of citizenship.

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G.C. Harcourt (2000) New Labour and constitutional reform: Why not introduce compulsory voting in all elections ?, Soundings, 2000(16), -

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