2 edition of Central administration in Britain found in the catalog.
Central administration in Britain
W. J. M. Mackenzie
|Statement||by W.J.M. Mackenzie and J.W.Grove.|
|Contributions||Grove, J. W. 1920-|
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Nevertheless, the fact that we approach central administration as if it were a relatively independent part of British government and of British society does imply some general ideas, very hard to work out precisely, about the structure of politics in Britain. Note: Citations are based on reference standards.
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This book is about the changes which have taken place in the broad organization of central government in Britain between the outbreak of the First World War in August,and the end of Britain: An Official Handbook [Central Office of Information] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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