Category: Relationships and Society > Government
Asked by: gnossie-ga
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31 Oct 2005 05:03 PST
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Question ID: 586982
I don't know enough about how the British government works, and I'm looking for recommendations on a good layman's book on British civics. Several titles, if possible. It must include thinks like how the House of Commons and Lords works, the "Constitution," the various parties, basic recent fiscal history, etc. Not too technical, but not so watered-down that a good encyclopedia article wouldn't tell me the same info. Something for the general reader, preferably in a lively style.
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Re: British civics
From: jumpingjoe-ga on 03 Nov 2005 15:56 PST
Not sure about lively, but The Changing Constitution, edited by Jeffrey Jowell, is standard issue to first year law students in the UK. Search for it under ISBN 0199264392. It's probably more intermediate than a beginner text for UK civics. I'm sure other researchers will have other suggestions.
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