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Pamphlets and publications concerning Electoral Reform, 1970-1982

 File
CCO 20/24/11
Includes:-
  1. Political Freedom Movement pamphlet [PFM Paper 1], 'Let us try Democracy', by Don CT Bennett, 1970
  2. Extract from verbatim transcript of 1975 Annual Conservative Party Conference proceedings containing speech by Angus Maude on electoral reform, 08/10/1975
  3. Hansard Society pamphlet, 'The Report of the Hansard Society Commission on Electoral Reform', June 1976 [54pp]
  4. Cutting from the Financial Times, including article 'Some will take the medicine but none likes the taste – Industry is in two minds about the policies Mrs Thatcher is pursuing', 17/06/1980
  5. National Campaign for Electoral Reform pamphlet, 'Question to all Tories: How does the Conservative Party give this man [picture of Tony Benn] his only real chance of power', David Faull and David Green, ND [c. 1981]
  6. CPC pamphlet, 'Why Electoral Change? The Case for PR Examined', Sir Angus Maude and John Szemerey, Jan 1982
  7. Memorandum, 'Why Electoral Change? The case for PR examined a bit more closely', ND [c. 1982; Author unknown]
  8. Conservative Action for Electoral Reform pamphlet, 'Electoral Reform: A Conservative View', Miles Hudson, Jun 1982

Dates

  • 1970-1982

Extent

1 file

Language of Materials

  • English

Conditions Governing Access

Closed.

Shelfmark

CCO 20/24/11

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

Contact:
Weston Library
Broad Street
Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom