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Audit 2017 : How effectively are class inequalities controlled in the UK? / Pattison, James; Warren, Tracey.

The 2017 Audit of UK Democracy. London, 2017.

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Pattison J, Warren T. Audit 2017: How effectively are class inequalities controlled in the UK? In The 2017 Audit of UK Democracy. London. 2017

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Pattison, James ; Warren, Tracey. / Audit 2017 : How effectively are class inequalities controlled in the UK?. The 2017 Audit of UK Democracy. London, 2017.

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