Partisan Orientation and Political Socialization in Britain, France, and the United States
Greg A. Caldeira and Fred I. Greenstein present evidence on trends in adults' party attachments and on children's orientations to political parties in Britain, France, and the United States. Their findings cast doubt on recent assertions that Fifth Republic France has become a nation of party identifiers and strongly suggest that there are wide variations in the qualitative content of the partisan orientations that citizens in each of the nations acquire in the course of political socialization.
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