Cabinet Government

In This Review

Cabinet Government

By W. Ivor Jennings
Macmillan, 1936
484 pp. $5.50

This is one of the important books of the quarter and will probably become a standard work on the subject. Mr. Jennings follows in detail the method in which a British cabinet operates from the time it is formed until it falls, with attention to such questions as the prerogatives of the Crown and the rights of the Lords. The author approaches his subject from the functional rather than the historical point of view.

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