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Identity and Politics in Britain : Devolution and the Governance of Wales,9780708322642

Identity and Politics in Britain : Devolution and the Governance of Wales

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9780708322642

ISBN10:
0708322646
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Paperback
Pub. Date:
11/30/2014
Publisher(s):
Univ of Chicago Pr
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Summary

This book is the first to explain why changes in governance associated with devolution were so slow to develop, and why they may now be accelerating. Through a case study of Wales, and drawing on a vast amount of research, this team of leading Welsh historians have got behind the public statements to reveal what politicians thought and did.

Author Biography

Duncan Tanner is director of the Welsh Institute for Social and Cultural Affairs. Andrew Edwards and Wil Griffith teach Welsh history and archaeology at the University of Bangor. Chris Williams is professor of history at Swansea University. Matthew Cragoe is professor of history at the University of Sussex.  



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