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The Norwegian political system

The Political Systems of Western Europe pp 125-157 | Cite as

  • Hermann Gross
  • Walter Rothholz
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Summary

Norway with its 4.3 million inhabitants in an area only slightly smaller than Germany and its peripheral location in Northern Europe rarely attracts the interest of the German (professional) public.1

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  • Hermann Gross
  • Walter Rothholz

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