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The 1999–2000 Elections in Russia
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In this volume, which was originally published in 2003, a distinguished collection of specialists analyzes the critical elections that ushered out the Boris Yeltsin era in Russia and ushered in the leadership of Vladimir Putin. These parliamentary and presidential elections were critical for the future of Russia and are highly enlightening to scholars and students of electoral politics, party development and democratization. Collectively, the expertise represented by these authors extends to all the important facets of electoral politics and party development in Russia.

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"The scholarship throughout the volume is outstanding...This book accordingly deserves serious attention by students of Russian politics, and will endure as an essential resource for the study of the critical transition from the Yeltsin to the Putin regimes." The Russian Review

"In the first comprehensive analysis of Russia's 1999-2000 electoral cycle, Vicki Hesli and William Reisinger assemble an impressive group of the field's leading scholars...sure to become very quickly essential reading for scholars and students of Russian politics and society." Perspectives on Political Science

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