Do attitudes to constitutional reform matter?

Wolfgang Rudig, J.K. Curtice

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Abstract

This chapter looks at attitudes to constitutional reform and if they matter.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationChanging conceptions of constitutional government
Subtitle of host publicationdevelopments in british politics and the constitutional debate since the 1960's
EditorsHans Kastendiek, Richard Stinshoff
Place of PublicationBochum
Pages159-179
Number of pages20
Publication statusPublished - 1994

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  • constitutional reform
  • attitudes

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Rudig, W., & Curtice, J. K. (1994). Do attitudes to constitutional reform matter? In H. Kastendiek, & R. Stinshoff (Eds.), Changing conceptions of constitutional government: developments in british politics and the constitutional debate since the 1960's (pp. 159-179). Bochum.
Rudig, Wolfgang ; Curtice, J.K. / Do attitudes to constitutional reform matter?. Changing conceptions of constitutional government: developments in british politics and the constitutional debate since the 1960's. editor / Hans Kastendiek ; Richard Stinshoff. Bochum, 1994. pp. 159-179
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Do attitudes to constitutional reform matter? / Rudig, Wolfgang; Curtice, J.K.

Changing conceptions of constitutional government: developments in british politics and the constitutional debate since the 1960's. ed. / Hans Kastendiek; Richard Stinshoff. Bochum, 1994. p. 159-179.

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Rudig W, Curtice JK. Do attitudes to constitutional reform matter? In Kastendiek H, Stinshoff R, editors, Changing conceptions of constitutional government: developments in british politics and the constitutional debate since the 1960's. Bochum. 1994. p. 159-179