Office of the Prime Minister
Starting with an illuminating historical survey, Mr. Carter devotes the main portion of his hook to the position of the British Prime Minister since 1894, with emphasis on the realities of British politics today. The relations of the Prime Minister with the public, his party, the Cabinet, and Parliament are discussed, and the problem of public relations generally is fully taken into account. Professor Carter fills an important gap, and provides an authoritative and readable commentary on British political life.
Originally published in 1955.
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The Selection of the Prime Minister
The Background of the Prime Ministers
The Prime Minister and the Public
The Prime Minister and the Press
The Government Information Service
The Prime Minister and the Party
The Prime Minister and the Formation of
The Prime Minister and the Cabinet
The Prime Minister and the Parliament
The Prime Minister and the Conduct
Some Concluding Observations