This book, first published in 1995, aims to enhance our understanding of the Anglo-American alliance by examining the origins of the alliance during the Second World War. It presents a case study of how power is distributed in British society, and who makes the political decisions that decisively shape the society and world in which we live.
Table of Contents
1. The Context and the Questions 2. Special Interests and Political Parties I 3. Special Interests and Political Parties II 4. The State and the National Interest 5. The Role and Influence of Special Interests, Political Parties and the State in the Formation of the Anglo-American Alliance 6. Conclusion