With 43 parties to choose from, voters in the December elections were faced with a staggering array of choices – and parties had to work hard to distinguish themselves. Although pre- and post-campaign surveys reveal that television was important in guiding voter decisions, the communists successfully campaigned largely outside the airwaves by SARAH OATES IN […]

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