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Front Matter

Understanding Political Ideas and Movements


Series editor DUNCAN WATTS

Following the review of the national curriculum for 16–19 year olds, UK examining boards introduced new specifications, first used in 2001 and 2002. A level courses are now divided into A/S level for the first year of sixth-form studies, and the more difficult A2 level thereafter. The Understanding Politics series comprehensively covers the politics syllabuses of all the major examination boards, featuring a dedicated A/S level textbook and five books aimed at A2 students. The books are written in an accessible, user-friendly and jargon-free manner and will be essential to students sitting these examinations.

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Understanding political ideas and movements

A guide for A2 politics students


Manchester University Press


Published by Manchester University Press

Altrincham Street, Manchester M1 7JA, UK

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ISBN 0 7190 6151 2 paperback

First published 2003

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A guide for A2 politics students


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