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Jim Bulpitt's Territory and Power in the United Kingdom and Interpreting Political Development: Bringing the State and Temporal Analysis Back In

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Government and Opposition, Volume: 45, Issue: 03, Pages: 318 - 344

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The article assesses the utility of Jim Bulpitt's Book, Territory and Power in the United Kingdom for its theoretical constribution to the study of comparative state political development, and how this is exemplified by the book's applied analysis of UK political development. The article a...

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Published in: Government and Opposition
ISSN: 0017-257X 1477-7053
Published: Oxford Wiley Blackwell 2010
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