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-informed teacher. English title available • ELECTRONIC POLITICS.- Parties and elections. 329.971 prod. (l'lontreal?l • NFB, 35 mm. d ist. Mel. 43 fr . , col, , 35 "'"'· & captions. S9.00 (Government of Canada> j 1. Political parties - Canada. 2. Television in politics. Examine-s role of political parties in democretic government s. using Canadian politics as example. Shows inside workings of parties from local to national level and discusses effect, of mess medie on electoral system. French title available I PART IS ET ELECT!ONS.- Par t ;s et elections. prod

of the noble families, the higher clergy, and other representatives ap- pointed for life by the emperor. The Greek Catholic metropolitan was a per- manent representative of the Ukrainians. The Austrian chamber of deputies was at first composed of delegates of the land assemblies. The election law of February 2, 1873, introduced direct voting to the Austrian chamber of deputies, who were elected for a term of six years in four classes (curias) of voters: big land- owners, chambers of commerce and in- dustry, cities, and rural communities. The curia electoral system