The British Study of Politics in the Twentieth Century
The distinctive strength of political science in Britain is revealed in this indispensable guide to modern British scholarship in the field. As well as charting the development of the discipline, the essays examine the innovative contributions to the study of nationalism, totalitarianism and authoritarianism and the influential British approach to international relations. The fourteen distinguished authors have provided a major contribution to our understanding of the contemporary state of political science.
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Contextual and NonContextual Histories
The Response to Totalitarianism
The Critique of Individualism
Pluralism Revenant or Recessive?
A Haze of Common
Electoral Systems Elections and Public Opinion
The Analysis of British Political Institutions
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