Le Elezioni Galiziane al Reichsrat di Vienna, 1907-1911
AbstractThis paper is a case study in the electoral history of Austria-Hungary, with special reference to province of Galicia. The Introduction illustrates the problems associated with the collection of historical data in East-Central Europe. Chapter 1 examines the connections between the Habsburg historical and constitutioonal context and Galicia. Chapter 2 provides a general overview of the Galician context in the late Habsburg epoch. Chapter 3 discusses the historical evolution of the electoral system in the Dualist era. Chapter 4 examines the electoral returns in six electoral districts in Galicia. The Conclusions briefly illustrate the possible use of electoral data in the study of ethnic groups.
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Austria-Hungary; Galicia; Reichsrat; elections;
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