The Politics of Campaigning – Dimensions of Strategic Action

  • Hanspeter Kriesi
  • Laurent Bernhard
  • Regula Hänggli


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  • Hanspeter Kriesi
  • Laurent Bernhard
  • Regula Hänggli

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