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Richard Rose is an American who has been studying and teaching at British universities for the past decade, analyzing British politics in the light of comparative social science concepts. For part of the 1966–1967 academic year he was at the Institute of Political Studies, Stanford. In addition to numerous articles on party politics in British and American journals, he has written Politics in England (Boston: Little, Brown, 1964), and Influencing Voters; an Analysis of Campaign Rationality (New York: St. Martins, 1967). He is election correspondent for The Times (London).
Richard Rose; The Problem of Political Change in Great Britain. Current History 1 May 1967; 52 (309): 264–269. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.1967.52.309.264
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