The Political Quarterly
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Edited By: Tony Wright and Deborah Mabbett
Impact Factor: 0.336
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 129/161 (Political Science)
Online ISSN: 1467-923X
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Defending Politics: Bernard Crick at The Political Quarterly - Stephen Ball (Editor)
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Recent PQ news
Bernard Crick Prize presented at the Orwell Awards
The Political Quarterly are delighted to announce the winner of the Crick Prize. Deborah Mabbett's piece The Second Time as Tragedy? Welfare Reform under Thatcher and the Coalition which appeared in issue 84:1 was awarded the prize at the Orwell Awards in Malet Street Gardens on 22 May 2014.
David Marquand is one of the most eloquent and powerful voices in progressive politics in Britain.
This special issue, comprising eleven of his articles for the Political Quarterly, marks the retirement of Marquand from the Editorial Board and ties in with the forthcoming conference on Marquand's work PQ is organising.
On the anniversary of the birth of Leonard Woolf on 25 November 1880, the Political Quarterly has made available for free twelve of his most famous essays written during his long association with the journal.
Recent key articles
We are pleased to offer FREE online access to two recently published articles in PQ:
Leveson Past, Present and Future: The Politics of Press Regulation
Annual Lecture Series
2013: Professor John Kay - The Future of Capitalism
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