Parliamentary Government in England

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Parliamentary Government in England

By Harold J. Laski
Viking, 1938
383 pp. $3.50

A Socialist intellectual examines the functioning and the philosophy of the British parliamentary system, as a whole and in its essential parts. In effect, this book explains that England is governed by an outmoded upper-class mentality.

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