Politics in Western Europe
M. Donald Hancock
Chatham House, Jan 1, 1993 - History - 586 pages
Examines the context of their politics, where the power is, who has the power, how the power is used, and what the future of their politics is for each region
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The Context of British Politics
Where Is the Power?
Who Has the Power and How Did They Get It?
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