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Public Corruption

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262 Pages
English

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A fascinating, confrontational investigation of the nature of corruption, its narcissistic origins and destructive future.


'Public Corruption' is a stimulating and entertaining book about a daunting problem: the influence on public corruption of the changing nature of warfare. It will be of as much interest to the general reader and those around the seats of power as it is to historians and social scientists. The quality of the writing alone makes it a delight to read.


Ch1 - Introduction; Ch2 - General; Ch3 - Prussia/Germany; Ch4 - France; Ch5 - The United States; Ch6 - Britain in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries; Ch7 - Britain's Indian Connection; Ch8 - The Evolution of Independent Judiciaries; Ch9 - The Twentieth Century; Ch10 - Britain in the First Half of the Twentieth Century; Ch11 - Britain in the Second Half of the Twentieth Century; Ch12 - Recapitulation and Conclusion; Appendices; Notes; Index

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Published 01 September 2002
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EAN13 9780857287588
Language English
Document size 21 MB

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