Key Ideas in Politics
Designed for AS and A2 students, Key Ideas in Politics focuses on both historical and contemporary political themes and ideas providing the reader with the background to analyse important political questions. It provides quick and easy-to-read summaries of key ideas and key thinkers enabling students to attain and assimilate knowledge quickly. Features track the history of each idea, the idea in action today, the debate that that surrounds it and its practical application.
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