The British Political System

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Works which appeared after the French edition of this book are marked with an asterisk.
GENERAL WORKS
Adams G. B., Constitutional History of England, 1941.
Amery L. S., Thoughts on the Constitution, 1947.
Amos Sir Maurice, The English Constitution, 1935.
Anson Sir William, The Law and Custom of the Constitution, 2 vols., 1922-36.
Bagehot W., The English Constitution, 1872.
Bailey S., Parliamentary Government in Britain, 1949.
Burdeau G., Traité de sciences politiques, 5 vols., 1943-53.
Campion, Lord (ed.), British Government since 1918, 1950.
Dicey A. V., The Law of the Constitution (ed. Wade), 1945.
Esmein A., Éléments de droit constitutionnel français et comparé, 2 vols., 1927.
Finer H., The Theory and Practice of Modern Government, 2 vols., 1932.
Halévy E., History of the English People in the Nineteenth Century, 1924-34.
Jenks E., Parliamentary England, 1903.
Jennings Sir Ivor, The Law and the Constitution, 1948.
Keir Sir David, and Lawson F. N., Cases in Constitutional Law, 1949.
Keith A. B., The Constitution of England from Queen Victoria to George VI, 2 vols., 1940.
Laski H. J., Parliamentary Government in England, 1938.
Lewis R., and Maude A., The English Middle Classes, 1949.
Lhomme J., La Politique sociale de l'Angleterre contemporaine, 1953.
Lowell A. L., The Government of England, 1908.
Morrison H., Government and Parliament, 1954.
Muir R., How Britain is Governed, 1932.
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Robson W. A., The British System of Government, 1952.
Rowntree B. Seebohm, and Lavers G. R., English Life and Leisure, 1951.

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