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Rupert Wilkinson • 9 Items / 5 Books, 3 Articles, 1 Review
Gentlemanly Power: British Leadership and the Public School Tradition (1964)
A Comparative Study in the Making of Rulers
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    Modern Europe (Review)
    Gentlemanly Power: British Leadership and the Public School Tradition, by Rupert Wilkinson
    1. Gentlemanly Power: British Leadership and the Public School Tradition by Rupert Wilkinson
    The American Historical Review, July 1964, p. 1045
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    Foreign and Comparative Government (Review)
    Gentlemanly Power: British Leadership and the Public School Tradition, by Rupert Wilkinson
    1. Gentlemanly Power: British Leadership and the Public School Tradition by Rupert Wilkinson
    American Political Science Review, September 1964, p. 730
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    Education for What? (Review)
    Gentlemanly Power: British Leadership and the Public School Tradition, by Rupert Wilkinson
    1. Gentlemanly Power: British Leadership and the Public School Tradition by Rupert Wilkinson
    Commonweal, March 13, 1964, pp. 730-732
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    Reviews (Review)
    Gentlemanly Power: British Leadership and the Public School Tradition, by Rupert Wilkinson
    1. Gentlemanly Power: British Leadership and the Public School Tradition by Rupert Wilkinson
    Political Science Quarterly, September 1965, pp. 431-432
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    Born to Rule (6 Reviews)
    Suicide of a Nation?, by Arthur Koestler
    1. Suicide of a Nation? by Arthur Koestler
    2. Great Britain or Little England by John Mander
    3. The Fight for the Tory Leadership by Randolph S. Churchill
    4. The Age of Illusion by Ronald Blythe
    5. Gentlemanly Power: British Leadership and the Public School Tradition by Rupert Wilkinson
    6. The Establishment by Hugh Thomas
    The New Republic, May 2, 1964, pp. 21-22