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by Andrew P. Geddes,Jonathan Tonge

Author: Andrew P. Geddes,Jonathan Tonge
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Manchester University Press (May 3, 2002)
Pages: 288 pages
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Labour's Second Landslide describes and analyzes the 2001 British General Election

Labour's Second Landslide describes and analyzes the 2001 British General Election.

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Request PDF On Jan 1, 2001, Andrew Geddes and others published Labour's Second Landslide: the British General . The British general election in 1997 was an election in which so many record were broken.

The British general election in 1997 was an election in which so many record were broken. This was the first time the Conservative returned no MPs in Scotland. It was the second time that the Conservative secured no seats in Wales. The swing from the Conservative to the.

Leading academics describe and analyse the 2001 British General Election, discussing . Jonathan Tonge is Professor of Politics at the University of Salford.

Leading academics describe and analyse the 2001 British General Election, discussing how factors like the parties, the economy, the environment and Europe affected the final outcome, with extensive contituency profiles in each chapter. Andrew Geddes is Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Liverpool.

Labour's Second Landslide describes and analyzes the 2001 British General Election

Labour's Second Landslide describes and analyzes the 2001 British General Election.

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Labour's Second Landslide describes and analyzes the 2001 British General Election. Edited by Andrew Geddes and Jonathan Tonge, who also edited the popular 1997 election book, Labour's Landslide, this book provides a lively and accessible, yet rigorous examination of the British electoral battleground by bringing together leading academics to assess the results and explore the issues that shaped the election outcome.