Description - Democracy in Britain by Adam Lively
Democracy in Britain is an indispensable guide to the constitutional and political issues regarding representative and democratic institutions in Britain. As much a literary anthology as a political reader, it includes a rich and varied selection of key writings, from the debates around Britain's representative and democratic institutions, from constitutional commentary and diaries to poetry and fiction; from Locke and Burke to Dryden and Auden; and from Magna Carta to Spycatcher.
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Author Biography - Adam Lively
Jack Lively is an Emeritus Professor of Politics at the University of Warwick. Among his previous publications is Democracy (1970), also published by Blackwell. Adam Lively is the author of four novels, most recently Sing the Body Electric (1993), and a pamphlet on constitutional reform, Parliament: The Great British Democracy Swindle (1990). He is currently working on a study of race and the imagination.