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|Title:||The advantages of political affiliation : dependent and independent small-island profiles|
|Authors:||McElroy, Jerome L.|
Pearce, Kara B.
|Keywords:||Party affiliation -- States, Small|
States, Small -- Economic conditions
|Citation:||McElroy J. L., & Pearce, K. B. (2009). The advantages of political affiliation : dependent and independent small-island profiles. In G. Baldacchino, & D. Milne (Eds.), The case for non-sovereignty : lessons from sub-national island jurisdictions (pp. 41-49). London: Routledge.|
|Abstract:||It appears that the independence candle for islands has been snuffed, at least for the moment. The current status is regarded as the best of both worlds. Island jurisdictions wield many of the benefits associated with political sovereignty while they are delegating responsibilities to, and enjoying the security and reaping the material benefits of remaining in association with, a larger, and typically richer, patron (Baldacchino,2004).|
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