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Making politics interesting again!

Advantages: Well written, impartial, clear and structured analysis of poltical ideologies.
Disadvantages: None.

...Andrew Heywood is a well established political theorist and his views have considerable clout in political circles in the UK and USA. As he is an A-level chief examiner for Edexcel Government and politics, this book is a must-have for all politics student ...

mkkreuk 29.12.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Political Ideologies: An Introduction (3rd edition) - Andrew Heywood

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Political Ideologies: An Introduction

Advantages: Advantages: Clear, concise, easy to understand and very thorough
Disadvantages: Disadvantages: Just an introduction!!!

...This book is the perfect study guide for anyone studying A-Level/Equivalent Politics and becomes an incredibly useful aid when studying for a degree in Politics. Andrew Heywood is renouned for his writings on Political Ideology and the book really shows ...

babygyalsw2 30.11.2007 · Read full review
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Thorough, non bias summary of the mainstream political ideologies

Advantages: Non bias, covers most ideologies, very indepth
Disadvantages: Some political concepts could be further explored

For me, Heywood's political Ideologies provides a brilliant overview of the main political ideologies - Liberalism, socialism, conservatism, anarchism, nationalism, feminism, fascism, multiculturalism, ecologism, religious fundamentalism - and goes onto m ...

William-N 29.10.2009 · Read full review
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18 Wasted Years

Advantages: Genuinely funny
Disadvantages: None

...No, no, no....this is not a review of D-Ream's cringe-inducing single of the same name, it is instead a structured review (makes a change) about one of the funniest books I've read. Things Can Only Get Better (first published in 1998) is written by ...

andystrong 17.03.2003 · Read full review
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Review of Things Can Only Get Better - John O'Farrell

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Losing the Battle but winning the war

Advantages: Funny, informative for those politically minded
Disadvantages: Tory supporters who don't have a sense of humour may not find it that amusing

John O'Farrell has been a labour supporter since he was little, (he was just old enough to know what a political party was when he first realised he was.) In his book, he recounts all the elections, by-elections, council elections, school mock elections, ...

Emmak 19.02.2001 · Read full review
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Review of Things Can Only Get Better - John O'Farrell

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