A handbook to political questions of the day (Google eBook)

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Page 227 - political," is not " Party." The volumes are written by politicians who are recognized as authorities on the subjects of which they treat. Each volume is complete in itself, and the writers alone are responsible for the opinions they may express. The Series comes into competition with no existing publication. The valuable " English Citizen" Series details the rights and responsibilities of citizens as they exist at present ; it speaks of things as they are this Series deals with them as reformers...
Page 227 - Each. The Imperial Parliament Series. EDITED BY SYDNEY BUXTON, MP THE intention of this Series is to place within reach of the general public, at a very cheap rate, short volumes dealing with those topics of the day which lie within the range of practical politics. Notwithstanding the constantly increasing demand for political literature, to enable electors and others to follow the argument in connection with particular reforms, there are at present no easily obtainable and permanent text-books to...
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