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The political roots of domestic environmental sabotage
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties
In this paper, we demonstrate that when environmentalist niche parties compete in a given constituency over a number of elections, but continually fail to win seats, then environmental sabotage becomes more frequent in that constituency. When mainstream tactics fail, radical tactics are used more frequently. Using a new data-set on the success rates of all Green Party candidates in US states, we show that environmental sabotage occurs more often when Green Party candidates fail to win evendoi:10.1080/17457289.2016.1247846 fatcat:vyd7uyz2njg2teoqkupnnklfze