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PS: Elite Polarization Meets Mass Moderation in Mexico's 2006 Elections

Authors: Kenneth Greene, and Kathleen Bruhn
January 2007


In the January issue of PS: Political Science and Politics, a symposium addresses the aftermath of the 2006 Mexican presidential elections. Kathleen Bruhn and Kenneth Greene argue that the election was only polarizing at the elite level.

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