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Left Wing Governments Love the Poor

Why do left wing governments sometimes support policies which harm their constituents? In A Theory of Political Entrenchment Gilles Saint-Paul, Davide Ticchi and Andrea Vindigni offer an answer: A partially self-interested left-wing party may implement (entrenchment) policies reducing the income of its own constituency, the lower class, in order to consolidate its future political power.
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