Labour's Grass Roots: The Politics of Party Membership

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Clarendon Press, 1992 - Political Science - 275 pages
Political parties are the driving force behind liberal democracy, yet knowledge of who belongs to them and why is almost nonexistent. This work attempts to provide the first national profile of the social background, characteristics, attitudes and values, as well as the political experiences and activities of Labour Party members in Great Britain.

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Patrick Seyd is at University of Sheffield. Paul Whiteley is at College of William and Mary, Virginia.

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