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ECPR Press > Classics > Territory and Power in the United Kingdom

Territory and Power in the United Kingdom Territory and Power in the United Kingdom
An Interpretation
Jim  Bulpitt (Author)
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Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9780955248863
Page Extent: 212 pp

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Territory and Power in the United Kingdom is about the nature of the UK state, where it came from and where it is going. Bulpitt sought to summarise the political code and statecraft that has helped govern the territories of the United Kingdom for much of the twentieth century, though it had its antecedents many years before. He provides an account of its emergence, operation and decline, which summarises an important phase in the United Kingdom's history and marks out why the country stood out from its continental neighbours in terms of its territorial organisation and state tradition.

This ECPR Classics edition includes a new introduction by Peter John placing this important, classic work in a current context.

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  Pub Date:

March 2008

 

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