How two-party competition treats minorities
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- Laslier, J. Rev Econ Design (2002) 7: 297. doi:10.1007/s100580200083
The paper studies Downsian electoral competition in the framework of redistributive politics among groups of unequal size. As soon as no group forms a majority on its own, parties treat all voters in the same way at an equilibrium of the Plurality game.