A Dictionary of Political Biography

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List of Contributors
General Editor
Dennis KavanaghProfessor
Department of Politics and Communication Studies University of Liverpool
Keith AldermanReader
Department of Politics
University of York
David BellProfessor
Department of Politics
University of Leeds
Chris BinnsVisiting Lecturer
London School of Economics
Peter BoyleSenior Lecturer
Department of American Studies
University of Nottingham
Nigel BraileyLecturer
Department of Historical Studies
University of Bristol
Shaun BreslinLecturer
Department of Politics
University of Newcastle upon Tyne
David ChildsEmeritus Professor,
Department of Politics
University of Nottingham
Christopher ClaphamProfessor
Department of Politics and International Relations
University of Lancaster
David CorkhillSenior Lecturer
Department of Spanish
University of Leeds
Harvey CoxSenior Lecturer
Department of Politics and Communication Studies
University of Liverpool
John CraigSenior Lecturer
Department of Politics
Deakin University, Australia
Phil DeansLecturer in Politics and International Relations
University of Kent
DionyssisLecturer
DimitrakopoulousDepartment of Politics
The University of Hull
Neil ElderReader
Department of Politics
the University of Hull
James FergusonResearcher
Latin American Bureau
London

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A Dictionary of Political Biography
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vi
  • Preface vii
  • List of Contributors viii
  • Contributors and Countries xi
  • Abbreviations xii
  • A 1
  • B 27
  • C 79
  • D 129
  • E 157
  • F 164
  • G 177
  • H 201
  • I 237
  • J 238
  • K 252
  • L 278
  • M 304
  • N 356
  • O 369
  • P 373
  • Q 400
  • R 402
  • S 426
  • T 464
  • U 483
  • V 485
  • W 494
  • X 512
  • Y 513
  • Z 518
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