Crick, Bernard

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CRICK, Bernard

CRICK, Bernard. British, b. 1929. Genres: Politics/Government, Social commentary, Biography, Essays, Humor/Satire. Career: Political writer and journalist. Birkbeck College, University of London, professor of politics, 1971-84. Political Quarterly, London, joint ed., 1967-80; University College London, honorary fellow, 1998-. Knighted, 2002. Publications: The American Science of Politics, 1958; In Defence of Politics, 1962, 5th ed., 2000; The Reform of Parliament, 1964; Theory and Practice: Essays in Politics, 1972; Basic Forms of Government, 1973; Crime, Rape, and Gin: Reflections on Contemporary Attitudes to Violence, Pornography, and Addiction, 1977; George Orwell: A Life, 1980, 3rd. ed., 1992; Socialism, 1987; (with T. Crick) What Is Politics? 1987; Politics and Literature, 1989; Political Thoughts and Polemics, 1990; (with D. Millar) To Make the Parliament of Scotland a Model for Democracy, 1999; Essays on Citizenship, 2000; Crossing Borders, 2001; Democracy, 2002. EDITOR: Essays on Reform, 1967; Protest and Discontent, 1970; Machiavelli: The Discourses, 1971; Taxation Theory, 1973; (with W. Robson) China in Transition, 1975; (with A. Porter) Political Education and Political Literacy, 1978; Unemployment, 1981; (with A. Coppard) Orwell Remembered, 1984; National Identities and the Constitution, 1990. Address: 8A Bellevue Terrace, Edinburgh EH7 4DT, Scotland. Online address: [email protected]