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The National Campaign

  • Dick Leonard
  • Roger Mortimore

Abstract

Seventy or eighty years ago election campaigns were conducted almost exclusively at a constituency level. Apart from organising speaking tours by the party leaders and other prominent personalities, the party headquarters played little direct part in the campaign. The newspapers were full of election news, but they were read only by a minority, and a far greater readership was claimed by regional and local papers than is the case today.

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Prime Minister Election Campaign Party Leader National Campaign Safe Seat 
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© Dick Leonard and Roger Mortimore 2005

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  • Dick Leonard
  • Roger Mortimore

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