Party Politics and Local Government
Colin Copus, Professor of Local Politics and Director of the Local Governance Research Unit Colin Copus
Manchester University Press, 2004 - Political Science - 313 pages
Analysing democratic theory and its relevance to local politics, this book looks at the dynamics of council chamber politics and the approaches taken by the main parties. The author suggests that, in order for councils to become politically meaningful, they must radically change the way in which they conduct local politics and decision making.
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