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By Jane Green
An in-depth and over-time analysis of public opinion about party competence on issues in the US, UK, Canada, Australia and Germany, revealing how issue ownership, government performance and generalised competence shape public opinion and how their causes and consequences should shape our understanding of parties, voting and elections.
In this collection, J.P. Lewis and Joanna Everitt bring together a group of up-and coming-political scientists as well as senior scholars to explore the recent history of the Conservative Party of Canada, covering the pre-merger period 1993-2003 and both the minority and majority governments under Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
By Sean Wilentz
An eminent historian reminds us of the commanding role party politics has played in America's enduring struggle against economic inequality.
Essential Public Affairs for Journalists is an invaluable guide for both journalism students and practising journalists. It offers engaging coverage of the workings of both central and local government, and gives stimulating insights into how they are, and could be, covered by journalists.
Who were the British MPs sympathetic to the Soviets - the 'crypto-communists' 'left-wing gadflys', the 'neo-Stalinist left' so derided by fellow politicians, historians and the public? This book examines the careers and motives of MPs like Tom Driberg who developed ideological links with Soviet Union and whose ideas influenced Labour's...
How did the development of two small countries at the north of Europe, whose histories were joined from about the year 795 AD - including a 300 year alliance - nevertheless diverge sharply in the modern era? This is a topical, comparative study of the economic, social and political development...