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The Passing of Parliament (1952)
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    Reviews (Review)
    The Passing of Parliament, by George W. Keeton
    1. The Passing of Parliament by George W. Keeton
    Political Science Quarterly, March 1953, pp. 129-131
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    Foreign and Comparative Government (6 Reviews)
    The Passing of Parliament, by George W. Keeton
    1. The Passing of Parliament by George W. Keeton
    2. The Machinery of Justice in England by R.M. Jackson
    3. The Government of the Swiss Republic by Ramesh Chandra Ghosh
    4. Constitutions, Electoral Laws, Treaties of States in the Near and Middle East by Helen C. Miller Davis
    5. Central European Democracy and Its Background by Rudolf Schlesinger
    6. The Rebirth of Austria by Richard Hiscocks
    American Political Science Review, June 1954, pp. 578-579
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    Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    The British Commonwealth of Nations
    1. British Labour's Foreign Policy by Elaine Windrich
    2. The Foreign Policy of the British Labour Government, 1945-1951 by M.A. Fitzsimons
    3. The British General Election of 1951 by D.E. Butler
    4. Political Parties and the Party System in Britain by Sydney D. Bailey
    5. The History of The Times, Vol. IV
    6. The British Worker by Ferdynand Zweig
    7. Parliament: A Survey by Lord Campion
    8. The Passing of Parliament by George W. Keeton
    9. Problems of External Policy, 1931-1939 by Nicholas Mansergh
    10. Britain and the Dominions by W.R. Brock
    11. The Australian Party System by Louise Overacker
    12. From Black to White in South Australia by Ronald Berendt and Catherine Berendt
    13. Australia by R.M. Crawford
    14. Peter Fraser by James Thorn
    Foreign Affairs, April 1953, pp. 512-513