Amateurs and Professionals in British Politics, 1918-59, Philip W. Buck
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Competition and the Corporate Society. British Conservatives, the State and Industry, 1945-1964, Nigel Harris Reviewed by Harvey Glickman
Central Administration in Britain, W. J. M. Mackenzie and J. W. Grove Reviewed by Harvey Glickman
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