by Richard Bellamy, Andrew Mason
Publisher: Manchester University Press 2003
Number of pages: 254
Written by a powerful international team of theorists, this book offers a sophisticated analysis of the central political concepts in the light of recent debates in political theory. All political argument employs political concepts. They provide the building blocks needed to construct a case for or against a given political position.
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