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Saward, Michael;
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press

About the book: This edited volume presents a unique challenge to mainstream political theory • Offers fourteen ‘think pieces’ by renowed international scholars • Presents a comprehensive examination of core political ideologies and core political concepts
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