An analytical account of the development, institutions and workings of the British Cabinet system. The book moves away from examining parts of the cabinet system (Such as prime minister and cabinet) in isolation, and emphasises the extent to which those parts have to be understood in relation to the whole series of organisations and practices which are now well established at the very heart of British central government.
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Professor Anthony King in Public Administration - "This is now the book on British Government at the top. Its influence on political scientists' thinking about Whitehall will be pervasive ... everyone interested in British government should read it"
Charles Raab in Political Studies describes the Book as "innovative" and a "considerable achievement".
Dermot Quinn in Labour History - "a superb contribution to the literature " ... "well researched, soberly argued, engagingly written a model of its kind".
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 132061945