The British General Election of 1970 - Impressions of an Academic Candidate

@article{Wallace1971TheBG,
  title={The British General Election of 1970 - Impressions of an Academic Candidate},
  author={William Vincent Wallace},
  journal={Government and Opposition},
  year={1971},
  volume={6},
  pages={36 - 57}
}
  • W. Wallace
  • Published 1 January 1971
  • History
  • Government and Opposition
THE STUDENT OF POLITICS AND THE PRACTITIONER OF POLITICS approach the same problem from different ends. The student is concerned with searching for the underlying realities which can explain the surface shifts of political ephemera; or perhaps with disentangling the different levels of reality which he discerns from his dispassionate observation of the political scene. The practitioner is concerned above all with the intricacies of day-to-day politics. He is interested in long-term patterns of… 
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Index of Contributors Volume 6, 1971

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    Government and Opposition
  • 1971
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