Book Reviews

2013 Social Change Review  
Kingdom, and United States). Thus, it is able to cover a wide time range in the evolution of leader effects, under very different institutional settings. Second, it goes beyond the common question of how large is the magnitude of leader effects at different points in time and space, by addressing the topic of the 'contextual factors that make leaders a more or less powerful variable in vote choice' (p. 4).
doi:10.2478/scr-2013-0020 fatcat:s4tyzlbcirgjvflrad3xlhnlae