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The Political Quarterly
Volume 81, Issue 3, pages 447–466, July-September 2010
How to Cite
(2010), BOOK REVIEWS. The Political Quarterly, 81: 447–466. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-923X.2010.02099.x
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Books reviewed in this issue.
The Travails of Opposition MARK GARNETT
The Conservative Party: From Thatcher to Cameron, by Tim Bale.
Labour's travails Richard Briand
Speak for Britain! A New History of the Labour Party, by Martin Pugh.
Anti-social behaviour? Dial 101 Paul Michael Garrett
The Politics of Antisocial Behaviour: Amoral Panics, by Stuart Waiton.
Surviving nukes in one's back garden Victoria Honeyman
After the Bomb; Civil Defence and Nuclear War in Britain 1945–68, by Matthew Grant.
Israel's foundation myths Richard Kuper
The Invention of the Jewish People, by Shlomo Sand, (trans. Yael Lotan).
Political science mission statement Gianfranco Pasquino
The Oxford Handbook of Political Science, edited by Robert E. Goodin.
Sir Ian Blair: the Burkean top cop Ian Loader
Policing Controversy, by Ian Blair.
To intervene or not to intervene? Daniele Archibugi
Humanitarian Intervention, by Michael Newman.
A phenomenal trade unionist Geoffrey Goodman
Arthur Horner: A Political Biography. Vol. 1: 1918–1944; Vol. 2: 1944–1968, by Nina Fishman.