By Joseph Losco
This can be a ebook made for a Political technological know-how type (Poly5300). It has 346/512 pages (no intro pages or 'junk pages') you could say lots of the publication is in there and has lots of the vital chapters.
Check together with your sessions syllabus to determine what chapters you employ, probably they're during this version.
It's lacking bankruptcy 6, 10, and no matter what is after bankruptcy 15 (except pages 437-452).
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A retreat from state ownership of economic assets via denationalization of gas, water, and electricity industries was made electorally popular by their sale at knockdown share prices on the open market. This, together with the right-to-buy policy established for social housing tenants, engendered a new neoliberal slogan, “property owning democracy,” based on individuals with a personal stake in the market. Less palatable for the regions and communities unable to make the adjustments necessary to join these market-led opportunities was the abandonment of full employment as a macroeconomic goal and the use of supply-side (monetarist) policies devoted to containing inflation.
The model’s history engenders a strong public loyalty to the system—if not necessarily as recently demonstrated to the politicians operating it! The unitary nature of the state is manifest in the focus of domestic political attention on leaders in Parliament, and therefore any challenge to Parliament’s sovereign position, domestically or externally, can be interpreted as a fundamental attack on British national independence and unity. Its public status is reinforced by politicians’ periodic resort to the model as a shield of national independence.
Chapters 3 through 8 outline the institutional framework of British government and actors and processes that comprise the input side of the political system. After an initial review of the British constitution, chapters on representation, interest groups and the media, parties, and leadership test the explanatory power of the Westminster, prime ministerial/presidential, and multilevel governance models of British politics. In particular, the impact of European integration on British institutions and processes is highlighted, usually in the context of identifiable change and adaption to the EU, as it itself changes and adapts in a post–Cold War and global environment.