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Redwood, John (Alan)

REDWOOD, John (Alan)

REDWOOD, John (Alan). British, b. 1951. Genres: Economics, Money/ Finance, Politics/Government. Career: Member of Parliament (U.K.), Former Secretary of State for Wales, and Shadow Cabinet Minister. Merchant banker and Industrialist. Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford, 1972-86; Member, Oxfordshire County Council, 1973-77; Governor, Oxford Polytechnic, 1974-77; Head of Prime Minister's Policy Unit, 1983-85. Publications: Reason, Ridicule and Religion, 1976; European Science in the Seventeenth Century, 1977; Public Enterprise in Crisis, 1980; (with J.V. Hatch) Value for Money Audits, 1981; Controlling Public Enterprise, 1982; Going for Broke, 1983; Equity for Everyman, 1986; Popular Capitalism, 1988; Signals from a Railway Conference, 1988; The Popular Capitalist Manifesto, 1988; The Democratic Revolution, 1989; Our Currency, Our Country, 1997; The Death of Britain?, 1999; Just Say No, 2001; Third Way, Which Way?, 2002. Address: House of Commons, London SW1A 0AA, England.

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