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

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INDEX
Abcarian, Gilbert, 8-9, n14
Abrams, P., 17-18, n46, 86, 128, 135-137, n138, n139
Adomo, T.W., xiv, n.xviii, 6-8, n14, 39, 101
Amery, Leo S., 4, n14
Anderton, Paul, 122-123, n127
Anonymous, (in 'Armageddon'), n49
Anonymous, (FCS members), n77, 79, n96, n138
Appleyard, Brian, 134-135, n139
Atkins, Ralph, 91
'Attila', 56
Aughey, A., n.xviii, 5-6, 10, 11, n13, n14, n15, n139
Baker, Kenneth, 91
Barzun, Jacques, 122
Batey, Peter, 23
'Batman', 72
Barry, Norman P., n75
Bayliss, Smart, 21, 24, 25
Becker, Gary, n127
Bell, D., n14
Beer, Samuel H., xiv, n.xviii, 9, n14, n139
Benn, Tony, 100-102
Benson, B.L., n76
Bercow, John, 44-45, n96
Berliner, Wendy, 26
Blundell, John, n74
Blythe, Peter, 24
Boaz, David, 124-125, n127
Bosanquet, Nicholas, n.xvii
Botha, P.W., 100-102
Bradley, Ian, 24
Branden, Barbara, n75
Branden, Nathaniel, n75
Branson, Richard, 119
Briskman, Larry, Dr, 87, n97
Brittan, Samuel, nxvii, n139
Buchan, John, (Baron Tweedsmuir), 18, n46
Burke, Edmund, 2-3, n13, 118, 135
Burns, Martin, 81-82, n96
Bush, George, 117, 119
Butler, Eamonn, 51, n75
Butler, R.A., 2, 17
Butt, Ronald, 20, n46
Callanan, Martin, 34
Campbell, D., nxviii
Castro, Fidel, 71, 118-119
Chacksfield, Adam, n126
Chairman of the FCS's Student Affairs Committee, 26
Chairman of the Scottish Young Conservatives, 87
Chappel, Helen, 88
Christie, R., 8, n14
Churchill, Sir Winston Spencer, 2, 3, 5,
Clark, Tony, 80, n96
Clarke, Antoine, n49, n126
Clarke, Kenneth, 89
Clarke, Peter, n75
Coats, W.L., n127
Coleraine, Lord, 11
'Conan', 72
Conti, J.G., n127
Cook, Robin, 82
Corr, H., n14
Cowell, D., nxviii

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