KING, Anthony. Canadian, b. 1934. Genres: Politics/Government. Career: Professor of Government, University of Essex, Colchester, since 1969 (Sr. Lecturer, and Reader, 1966-69). Adjunct Scholar, American Enterprise Institute; Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, 1961-65. Publications: (with D.E. Butler) British General Election of 1964, 1965; (with D.E. Butler) British General Election of 1966, 1966; (with A. Sloman) Westminster and Beyond, 1973; British Members of Parliament: A Self-Portrait, 1974; Britain Says Yes: The 1975 Referendum on the Common Market, 1977; (with I. Crewe) SDP: The Birth, Life and Death of the Social Democratic Party, 1996; Running Scared: Why America's Politicians Campaign Too Much and Govern Too Little, 1997. EDITOR: British Prime Minister: A Reader, 1969, 1985; The New American Political System, 1978; Both Ends of the Avenue: Presidential-Congressional Relations in the 1980s, 1983; Britain at the Polls, 1992, 1992; New Labour Triumphs: Britain at the Polls, 1998. Address: Dept. of Government, University of Essex, Wivenhoe Park, Colchester, Essex CO4 3SQ, England.