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electoral future of the Labour Party paper for the panel on "the future of the Labour Party" at the P.S.A. annualconference, University of Southampton, 4 April 1984 by Paul Whiteley

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Published by University of Bristol, Department of Politics in Bristol .
Written in English

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StatementPaul Whiteley.
ContributionsUniversity of Bristol. Department of Politics., Political Studies Association.
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Open LibraryOL20165814M

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