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Cabinet studies : a reader

Author: Valentine Herman; James E Alt
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1975.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Valentine Herman; James E Alt
OCLC Number: 1839938
Description: xxvi, 302 pages : graphs ; 23 cm
Contents: The life of the Cabinet: Rose, R. The making of Cabinet ministers. Alt, J.E. Continuity, turnover, and experience in the British Cabinet, 1868-1970. Herman, V. Comparative perspectives on ministerial stability in Britain. Madgwick, P.J. Resignations. George-Brown, Lord and Thorneycroft, Lord. Personal views of ministerial resignation.--The environment of the Cabinet: Headey, B. Cabinet ministers and senior civil servants. Punnett, R.M. Her Majesty's shadow government. Seymour-Ure, C. The Cabinet and the lobby. Tunstall, J. Two styles of government-press relations.--The Cabinet at work: Butler, Lord, interviewed by N. Hunt. Reflections on Cabinet government. Jenkins, R. On being a minister. Gordon-Walker, Lord. Two imaginary Cabinet meetings. Daalder, H. Cabinet reform since 1914. Fox, J. The brains behind the throne.
Responsibility: edited by Valentine Herman and James E. Alt.

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