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Bernard Crick - Politics is too often regarded as a poor relation, inherently dependent and subsidiary; it is rarely praised as something with a life and character of its own.
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    Bernard Crick
    British political theorist 1929-2008
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    Politics is too often regarded as a poor relation, inherently dependent and subsidiary; it is rarely praised as something with a life and character of its own.
    Source: In Defence Of Politics Ch. 1, The Nature Of Political Rule, p. 15
Politics is too often regarded as a poor relation, inherently dependent and subsidiary; it is rarely praised as something with a life and character of its own. by: Bernard Crick
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Politics is too often regarded as a poor relation, inherently dependent and subsidiary; it is rarely praised as something with a life and character of its own.
- Bernard Crick
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