Parliament and Congress ePub download
by Kenneth Bradshaw
- ISBN: 0704333538
- ISBN13: 978-0704333536
- ePub: 1421 kb | FB2: 1292 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Politics & Government
- Publisher: Quartet Books Ltd; Revised, Subsequent edition (September 1, 1981)
- Pages: 512
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 649
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The remarkable thing about Sir Kenneth Bradshaw, the former clerk of the House of Commons, who has died aged 85, was that he used his career to provide a bridge between two very different generations of parliamentary staff (or servants, as they would previously have been called). In doing so, he contributed, in a quiet and unremarked manner, to the modernisation of the Commons before it had become a matter of political interest. As a product of the expertise he thus acquired, he and a colleague, David Pring, published in 1972 Parliament and Congress, an important book describing the functions and expertise of those two institutions.