|Series||The British Academy. The Raleigh lecture on history|
|LC Classifications||JN673 N6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||53|
The Winning of the Initiative by the House of Commons by Wallace Notestein, | Online Research Library: Questia. The Winning of the Initiative by the House of Commons. By Wallace Notestein. The winning of the initiative by the House of Commons. London: Oxford U.P. MLA Citation. Notestein, Wallace. The winning of the initiative by the House of Commons Oxford U.P London Australian/Harvard Citation. Notestein, Wallace. , The winning of the initiative by the House of Commons Oxford U.P London. Wikipedia Citation. So long as the Commons were a ratifying body, with the right of occasional refusal, their interference with government would 1Wallace Notestein, The Winning of the Initiative by the House of Com- mons, printed separately for the British Academy (London, ), pp. View more How it Works: Parliament, Government, Democracy and You, Post book; What is the House of Commons? video Resource. Resource type. video; Suitability: Age 11 to 14, Age 14 to 16, Home educators, P Schools and colleges.
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