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British Politics Today: Essentials 6th Edition by Bill Jones, Dennis Kavanagh

British Politics Today: Essentials 6th Edition


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British Politics Today: Essentials 6th Edition by Bill Jones, Dennis Kavanagh

Short, yet comprehensive. Completely up to date. Great value for money textbook by two established scholars . -- .

About the Author

Bill Jones is Research Fellow in the Department of Government at the University of Manchester. Dennis Kavanagh is Professor of Politics at the University of Liverpool -- .

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Publication date

7th January 2010


Bill Jones, Dennis Kavanagh

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Manchester University Press


320 pages


Politics & government



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