Institutional rules and configurations showcase causeways to the clinging that occurs in political moments (e.g., the breaking down of the Berlin Wall).
This is of salience, since, voters chose new parties because as the old parties collapsed or were [often] outlawed (e.g. According to Bartolini and Mair, profound socio-political cleavages are encapsulated.
Elected representatives may declare war, or, deny headscarves, etc.
Research indicates locations where the same interests held power for extended periods of time.
Accordingly, the 19th and early 20th century political movements manifested national and industrial revolutions.