Policy-making in Britain; a reader in government.
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Great Britain -- Politics and government.
Politics and government
xv, 375 pages 22 cm
Includes bibliographical references (pages 369-375).
The social background and connections of 'top decision makers', by T. Lupton and C.S. Wilson.--Portrait of a Labour member, by A. Watkins.--The implications of safe seats for British democracy, by J. Rasmussen.--Government by appointment, from Political and economic planning.--Ordinary individuals in electoral situations, by R. Rose and H. Mossawir.--The bureaucrat and the enthusiast, by J.P. Roche and S. Sachs.--Seven characters in committee work, by Sir K. Wheare.--On being a Cabinet minister, by P.G. Walker.--A dog's life in the ministry, by E. Marples.--Permanent under-secretary, by Lord Strang.--Complexities of party leadership, by R. Rose.--Scandal 1963; the Profumo affair, by C. Irving, R. Hall, and J. Wallington.--The genesis of the Race relations bill, by K. Hindell.--Agricultural subsidies in Britain and America, by J.R. Pennock.--Planning; the National Health Service, by H. Eckstein.--Some reflections on the report of the Royal Commission on the Police, by J. Hart.--The market of strategic ideas in Britain; the Sandys era, by L.W. Martin.--The Plowden report; a translation, by W.J.M. Mackenzie.--Many bills compete for priority in a parliamentary session, by the Times political staff.--White House and Whitehall, by R. Neustadt.--The Prime Minister's power, by G.W. Jones.--The irregulars, by S. Brittan.--The wartime machine, by D.N. Chester.--Policy-making and the policy-makers, by F.M.G. Willson.--Bibliography (pages 369-375).
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