Voters, Parties, and Leaders: The Social Fabric of British Politics

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Bibliography
ALTHOUGH the subject is relatively new, the number of books on the social structure of politics is already large, and the number of articles is larger still. The books mentioned here are only a selection of these works. We have concentrated on books on elections and party structure, since these problems were at the centre of this sociology of politics. On the social structure, we mention only a few general works and a certain number of recent 'case-studies'. On 'interests' and the civil service, we mention the works which were primarily concerned with the representative problem and with the relationship between politics and the other forces which influence British politics. Many important findings are in the form of articles, not of books. We thus mention a number of articles, but only when they give information which cannot be found elsewhere. We refer here to five journals: Political Studies, the Political Quarterly, the British Journal of Sociology, the Manchester School of Economic and Social Studies, and the Sociological Review.
General
SIR I. JENNINGS, Party Politics: I Appeal to the People, C.U.P., 1960; II The Growth of Parties, C.U.P., 1961 ; III The Stuff of Politics, C.U.P., 1962
G. WALLAS, Human Nature in Politics, Constable, 1908
G. C. MOODIE, The Government of Great Britain, Crowell comparative government series, Crowell, New York, 1961

Social structure
A. M. CARR-SAUNDERS, D. CARADOG-JONES, and C. MOSER , Social Conditions in England and Wales, O.U.P., 1958
D. C. MARSH, The Changing Social Structure of England and Wales, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1958
D. V. GLASS, ed., Social Mobility in Britain, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1954
G. D. H. COLE, Studies in Class Structure, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1955

The Post-War Condition of Britain, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1956

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