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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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Review of Political Ideologies: An Introduction (3rd edition) - Andrew Heywood

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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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Never believe anything until it's officially denied!

Advantages: The truth is out there
Disadvantages: But you have to want to find it

The truth is often offensive and that's why most of you have only ever heard your news from aesthetically pleasing TV journalists like Raggi Omah, John Simpson and Kate Aidie, patronising you with sanitised sound bites so you can sleep guilt free at night ...

thedevilinme 23.08.2009 · Read full review
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Review of Tell Me No Lies: Investigative Journalism and its Triumphs - John Pilger (Editor)

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Tell Me No Lies

Advantages: great book
Disadvantages: None

"Tell Me No Lies" is one of the best books I've ever read. According to:smh.com "Alongside such famous stories as fellow Australian Philip Knightley's thalidomide scandal and Seymour Hersh's investigation of how US soldiers massacred hundreds of civili ...

Nazuku 12.09.2007 · Read full review
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