An Introduction to Politics, State and Society


James W. McAuley

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    In memory of my father,

    Isaac McAuley (1918–2002)


    This book has taken me much longer to produce than expected. Such delay has created obvious problems, not least of which is the stretching of deadlines, and sometimes others’ patience, to the limits. I wish to begin, therefore, by thanking all of those concerned in the production of the book at Sage for their help and especially Lucy Robinson for her support and goodwill throughout the project.

    In my case the sluggishness of creation provides me with an additional quandary. Those who know me best often make it obvious that my memory is far from my strongest feature (as far as I remember that's the way they put it!). So any attempt by me to recall in detail all those who have provided assistance and guidance throughout the extended gestation of this script would no doubt prove futile. I do, however, wish to offer an expression of my gratitude to those many friends who have provided me with succor, guidance, support and much more.

    I also wish also to record here my appreciation and indebtedness to my family for all that they have done and the love and strength they have furnished.

    To all those others at the University of Huddersfield and far beyond, who have provided intellectual sustenance, leadership, encouragement, food and drink, constructive criticism, time, late night debate, last-minute goals, music and comfort during the time I have spent writing this book – thank you, and long may it continue.

    Finally, I want to thank all of the students who over the years have taken the various manifestations of my political sociology courses for their inspiration and help, but most of all their indulgence.

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