The politics of parliamentary reform

David Judge (Editor)

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Abstract

This book breaks new ground with a critical examination of the mainstays of the British reformist agenda--electoral reform, committee organization, devolution, the upper chamber, and the assertion of backbench independence.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages214
Publication statusPublished - 1983

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decentralization
organization
reform
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politics

Keywords

  • politics
  • parliamentary reform

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1983. 214 p.

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