Conservative Radicalism: A Sociology of Conservative Party Youth Structures and Libertarianism, 1970-1992

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BIBLIOGRAPHIC LIST OF BOOKS AND ARTICLES
Abcarian, G., and Stanage, S. M., 'Alienation and the Radical Right', The Journal of Politics, Vol. 27, November, ( 1965).
Abrams, P., and Little, A., 'The Youth Activist in British Politics', British Journal of Sociology, Vol. XVI, No. 4, ( 1965).
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Burns, M., 'Who's Right', ( 1989) The Scottish Conservative Collegiate Forum 1989 Conference Magazine.

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