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Two-Party Politics in Britain

  • H. M. Drucker
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Abstract

Until recently it was a commonplace of political commentary that Britain had a two-party political system. Indeed, its two-party system was often extolled as one of the most stable and responsible systems in the world. Furthermore, the belief that Britain had a two-party political system was fundamental to many ideas about the Constitution. This belief can no longer be maintained. Britain no longer has a simple two-party political system. The old concept must be replaced.

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© H. M. Drucker, Denis Balsom, R. L. Borthwick, Andrew Gamble, Peter Mair, W. A. Roger Mullin, Sarah Nelson, Michael Steed, Martin Walker 1979

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