Colour And The British Electorate 1964.
Pall Mall Press.
8vo. 5.75 x 8.5 inches. [x] + 172 pp. Bound in original pink cloth, gilt, in pictorial dust wrapper, which has stained spine. Water stains on boards, but otherwise a very good copy. Illustrated by maps and tables. A study of the effects of the issues of colour and immigration in the 1964 General Election campaign, examining six constituencies in the London area, the West Midlands and Bradford. One of the studies commissioned by The Survey of Race Relations in Britain, a five year project started in 1963 and conducted under the auspices of the Institute of Race relations, founded in 1958. It was edited by Nicholas Deakin (b.1936), later Professor of Social Policy at the University of Birmingham, 1980-98.
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