Birch, Anthony Harold
BIRCH, Anthony Harold
BIRCH, Anthony Harold. British/Canadian, b. 1924. Genres: Politics/Government. Career: Lecturer, and Sr. Lecturer in Government, Manchester University, 1947-61; Professor of Political Studies, University of Hull, 1961-70; Professor of Political Science, University of Exeter, 1970-77. University of Victoria, BC, Professor, 1977-89, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, 1989-. Publications: Federalism. Finance and Social Legislation, 1955; Small-Town Politics, 1959; Representative and Responsible Government, 1964; The British System of Government, 1967, 10th ed., 1998; Representation, 1971; Political Integration and Disintegration in the British Isles, 1977; Nationalism and National Integration, 1989; The Concepts and Theories of Modern Democracy, 1993, 2nd ed., 2001. Address: 1901 Fairfield Rd, Victoria, BC, Canada V8S 1H2.
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