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Notes
1 *in the text signifies that the reference comes from the LSE Cabinet Government seminar, held under Chatham House rules.
2 Authors are cited as described in their publications, i.e. titles conferred after publication are ignored.
3 References to PREM in the text are to the records of the Prime Minister’s Office, held in the Public Records Office at Kew.
4 For reasons of space, references to specific Cabinet committees are not given; for sources, see ‘Further reading’.

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Andeweg, R. (1993) ‘A Model of the Cabinet System: The Dimension of Cabinet Decision-Making Processes’, in Blondel and Muller-Rommel (eds), Cabinets in Western Europe, pp. 23-42.
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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface to the Second Edition vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • A Note on Sources xi
  • 1 - Describing the Cabinet System 1
  • 2 - Ministers and Their Departments 12
  • 3 - Collective Decision-Making 49
  • 4 - The Role of the Prime Minister 88
  • 5 - The Dynamics of Collective Decision-Making 138
  • 6 - Problems of the Cabinet System 172
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