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John Curtice, CREST
University of Strathclyde
Department of Government
16 Richmond Street
Glasgow G1 1XQ United Kingdom

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Email: j.curtice@strath.ac.uk


Paper 111


The Long Shadow: the Effects of Economic Development and Ethnic Diversity on National Identity. pdf icon

TABLE 1: Promax rotated factor matrix for items concerning national identity in 2003 pdf icon

James Tilley, Anthony Heath and Rob Ford
April 2008


Paper 110


The Impact of Leadership evaluations on voting behaviour: Do the rules matter ?

John Curtice and Sarinder Hunjan
April 2006


Paper 109

The Globalisation of Public Opinion Research

Anthony Heath, Stephen Fisher and Shawna Smith
March 2005


Paper 108
Varieties of Nationalism in Scotland and England

Anthony Heath and Shawna Smith
February 2005

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Paper 107
Ethnicity as political cleavage : social bases of party identity and relevance of political attitudes

Maria Sobolewska
February 2005

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Paper 106
Is Britain Facing a Crisis of Democracy?

Catherine Bromley, John Curtice and Ben Seyd
June 2004

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Paper 105
Do Issues Decide?

Geoffrey Evans and Robert Andersen
June 2004

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Paper 104
Social-Political Context and Authoritarian Attitudes : Evidence from Seven European Countries

Robert Andersen and Jocelyn Evans
June 2004

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Paper 103
The Political Attitudes and Choices of Husbands and Wives

Man-Yee Kan and Anthony Heath
June 2003

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Paper 102
Political Knowledge and Values in Britain, 1983 – 1997

Anthony Heath and James Tilley
March 2003

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Paper 101
The Lost Voters of Scotland : Devolution Disillusioned or Westminster Weary?

Catherine Bromley and John Curtice
March 2003

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Paper 100
Social Background, Credential Inflation, and Educational Strategies

Herman Van de Werfhorst and Robert Andersen
September 2002

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Paper 99
Is Three a Crowd? Values, Values, Cleavages, and Party Choice in France, 1988-1995

Robert Andersen and Jocelyn Evans
September 2002

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Paper 98
The Directing Power? A Comparative Study of Public Opinion and Income Distribution

David Weakliem, Robert Andersen and Anthony Heath
September 2002

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Paper 97
Do Less Informed Voters Make Mistakes? Polutical Knowledge and Electoral Choice

Anthony Heath, Robert Andersen and Richard Sinnott
September 2002

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Paper 96
Survey Research and Electoral Change in Britain

John Curtice
March 2002

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Paper 95
Definition and measurement of tactical voting : the role of rational choice

Stephen Fisher
September 2001

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Paper 94
Extending the Rational Voter Theory of Tactical Voting

Stephen Fisher
September 2001

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Paper 93
Tactical Voting and Tactical Non-Voting

Stephen Fisher
September 2001

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Paper 92
European Integration and British Politics : Were the Conservatives Drowning or Waving in the 2001 Election?

Geoffrey Evans
September 2001

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Paper 91
Follow my Leader? A Cross-National Analysis of Leadership Effects in Parliamentary Democracies

John Curtice and André Blais
September 2001

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Paper 90
Devolution to the Centre : Lessons from London’s First Mayoral Elections

John Curtice, Ben Seyd and Katarina Thomson
September 2001

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Paper 89
Social Cleavages, Electoral Reform and Party Choice : Israel’s ‘Natural’ Experiment

Robert Andersen and Meir Yaish
September 2001

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Paper 88
Endogenizing the Economy : Political preferences and economic perceptions across the electoral cycle

Geoffrey Evans and Robert Andersen
September 2001

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Paper 87
Political Knowledge and Electoral Choices

Robert Andersen, Anthony Heath and Richard Sinnott
September 2001

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Paper 86
National Identity and Independence Attitudes : Minority Nationalism in Scotland and Wales

Robert Andersen
September 2001

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Paper 85
A 'Quiet Earthquake": The First National Elections to the National Assembly for Wales

Richard Wyn Jones and Dafydd Trystan
September 2000

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Paper 84
Measuring Social Exclusion

Cali Lessof and Roger Jowell
September 2000

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Paper 83
Social Class and Voting: A Multi-Level Analysis of Individual and Constituency Differences

Robert Andersen and Anthony Heath
September 2000

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A revised version of this paper is forthcoming as:
Andersen, Robert and Heath, Anthony. 'Class Matters: The Persisting Effects of Contextual Social Class on Individual Voting Behaviour in Britain, 1964-97', European Sociological Review.


Paper 82
Informed Preferences and the Electoral Cycle in Britain, 1992-97

Robert Andersen and Anthony Heath
September 2000

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Paper 81
Social Cleavages, Attitudes and Voting Patterns: A Comparison of Canada and Great Britain

Robert Andersen and Anthony Heath
September 2000

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Paper 80
Fond Hearts and Wide Heads? Attitudes towards Electoral Reform following the 1999 Scottish and Welsh Elections

John Curtice, Ben Seyd, Alison Park and Katarina Thomson
September 2000

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Paper 79
Who Represents us Best? One Member or Many?

John Curtice and Paul Shively
September 2000

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Paper 78
The Future of Election Studies: Mid-Life Crisis or New Youth?

John Curtice
June 2000

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Paper 77
The Crisis of Local Democracy in Britain

John Curtice
December 1999

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Paper 76
Speaking for the Public: Representation and Audience Participation during the 1997 British General Election Campaign

John Curtice and Richard Davis
September 1999

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Paper 75
Was it The Sun wot won it again? The Influence of newspapers in the 1997 election campaign

John Curtice
September 1999

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Paper 74
Has Northern Ireland Really Changed?

John Curtice and Lizanne Dowds
September 1999

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Paper 73
The effect of monetary incentives on data quality - Results from the British Social Attitudes Survey 1998 experiment

Panagiota Tzamourani and Peter Lynn
September 1999

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Paper 72
Comprehensive Reform in Britain

Anthony Heath and Sheila Jacobs
June 1999

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Paper 71
Ethnic Differences in the Labour Market: a comparison of the SARs and LFS

Anthony Heath, Dorren McMahon and Jane Roberts
June 1999

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Paper 70
Twentieth Century Trend in Social Mobility in Britain

Anthony Heath and Clive Payne
June 1999

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Paper 69
Ethnic Differences in the Labour Market: the role of education and social class origins

Anthony Heath and Dorren McMahon
June 1999

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Paper 68
Were Traditional Voters Disillusioned with New Labour?

Anthony Heath
March 1999

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Paper 67
Young People, Politics and Citizenship

Roger Jowell and Alison Park
September 1998

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Paper 66
How Comparative is Comparative Research

Roger Jowell
September 1998

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Paper 65
Is There Really a Demand for Constitutional Change?

John Curtice and Roger Jowell
February 1998

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Paper 64
New Labour, New Tactical Voting ? the Cause and Consequences of Tactical Voting in the 1997 British General Election

Geoffrey Evans, John Curtice and Pippa Norris
February 1998

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Paper 63
Euroscepticism and the Referendum Party

Anthony Heath, Roger Jowell, Bridget Taylor and Katarina Thomson
February 1998

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Paper 62
New Labour and the Dilemma of Electoral Socialism

Anthony Heath and John Curtice
February 1998

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Paper 61
Political Talk and the Stability and Consistency of Political Orientation

Geoffrey Evans and Mansur Laljee
December 1997

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Paper 60
Economics and Politics Revisited: Explaining the Decline in Conservative Support 1992-95

Geoffrey Evans
December 1997

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Paper 59
How much is at stake? Electoral behaviour in second-order Elections

Anthony Heath, Ian McLean and Bridget Taylor
September 1997

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Paper 58
Why are there so few formal measuring instruments in social and political research?

Anthony Heath and Jean Martin
September 1997

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Paper 57
L'election generale de 1997: les dimensions relles du rax de maree

Anthony Heath and John Curtice
September 1997

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Paper 56
So How well did they do? The polls in 1997 Election

John Curtice
August 1997

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Paper 55
Euroscepticism and Conservative Electoral Support, 1992-1996: How an Asset became a Liability

Geoffrey Evans
November 1996

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Paper 54
Are the Opinion Polls ready for 1997?

John Curtice
November 1996

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Paper 53
CREST Annual Report 1996

November 1996

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Paper 52
How Accurate are Quota Polls?

John Curtice and Nick Sparrow
November 1996

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Paper 51
Does it Matter if the Polls Get it Wrong?

John Curtice
November 1996

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Paper 50
British National Sentiment

Anthony Heath and Bridget Taylor
September 1996

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Paper 49
Class Dealignment Revisited

John Curtice
September 1996

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Paper 48
Is The Sun shining on Tony Blair?

John Curtice
September 1996

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Paper 47
Ethnic Differences in the Labour Market: A Comparison of the SARS and LFS

Anthony Heath, Jane Roberts and Dorren MacMahon
September 1996

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Paper 46
The 1994 European and Local Elections: Abstention, Protest and Conversion

Anthony Heath, Roger Jowell, John Curtice and Bridget Taylor
September 1996

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Paper 45
Voter Rationality and Party Systems in America and Britain

John Curtice, Ted Carmines and Anthony Heath
September 1996

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Paper 44
The Need of Data analysis for Rational Action Theory: Pros and Cons

Anthony Heath
September 1996

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Paper 43
Public Attitudes towards Sustainable Transport Policies

Bridget Taylor and Gordon Stokes
September 1996


Paper 42
Pooling Cross-Sections: a comment on Price and Sanders

Kenneth Macdonald and Anthony Heath
September 1996

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Paper 41
The British Election Panel Study 1992-95: Technical Report

Lindsay Brook and Bridget Taylor
September 1996

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Paper 40
The British Election Panel Study 1992-95: response characteristics and attrition

Bridget Taylor, Anthony Heath and Peter Lynn.
September 1996

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Paper 39
Logistic Regression Models for binary panel data with attrition

Garett Fitzmaurice, Peter Clifford and Anthony Heath
March 1996

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Paper 38
CREST Annual Report 1995

October 1995

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Paper 37
Balancing Scales : experiments in question form and direction

Bridget Taylor, John Curtice and Anthony Heath
September 1995

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Paper 36
Why is America Different? Explaining Cross-National Variation in Support for Welfare Redistribution

Geoffrey Evans
February 1995

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Paper 35
Multilevel analysis of the changing relationship between class and party in Britain 1964-1992

Anthony Heath, Min Yang, and Harvey Goldstein
February 1995


Paper 34
Education and Occupational Attainments: The Impact of Ethnic Origins

Anthony Heath and Dorren McMahon
February 1995

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Paper 33
The Decline of the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party 1950-1992: Religion, Ideology or Economics?

David Seawright and John Curtice
February 1995

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Paper 32
What Future for the Opinion Polls? The Lessons of the MRS Inquiry

John Curtice
February 1995

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Paper 31
The Secret Life of Class Voting: Britain, France and the United States since the 1930s

David Weakliem and Anthony Heath
February 1995

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Paper 30
Annual Report JUSST/CREST 1993/4

October 1994

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Paper 29
Class, Vote and (Post materialist) Values: Examining the Impact of the New Political Agenda on Class Politics in Britain

Geoffrey Evans, Bridget Taylor and Anthony Heath
May 1994

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Paper 28
The 1992 British General Election: the Failure of the Polls

Roger Jowell, Barry Hedges, Peter Lynn, Graham Farrant and Anthony Heath
May 1994

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Paper 27
The bias and variance of samples of individuals: a comparison of the Electoral Registers and Postcode Address File as sampling frames

Peter Lynn and Bridget Taylor
May 1994

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Paper 26
Rational Choice, Party Identification and Political Knowledge

Richard Breen and Anthony Heath
May 1994


Paper 25
The Measurement of Left-Right and Libertarian-Authoritarian Values: A Comparison of Balanced and Unbalanced Scales

Geoffrey Evans and Anthony Heath
May 1994

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Paper 24
Modelling the Class/Party Relationship in Britain, 1964-1992

Clive Payne, Geoffrey Evans and Anthony Heath
May 1994

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Paper 23
What Has Happened to the Extreme Right in Britain?

Anthony Heath
November 1993

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Paper 22
Religion, Morality and Politics

Anthony Heath, Bridget Taylor and Gabor Toka
November 1993

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Paper 21
Development of a Short Quiz to Measure Political Knowledge

Jean Martin, Anthony Heath, Karl Ashworth and Roger Jowell
November 1993

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Paper 20
Environmental Attitudes and Activism in Britain: The Depth and Breadth of Green World-Views

Sharon Witherspoon and Jean Martin
February 1993

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Paper 19
Testing the Validity of the Goldthorpe Class Schema

Geoffrey Evans
January 1993

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Paper 18
Rational Choice and Class Voting

David L Weakliem and Anthony Heath
January 1993

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Paper 17
Class Mobility and Political Preferences: Individual and Contextual Effects

Nan Dirk De Graaf, Paul Nieuwbeerta and Anthony Heath
January 1993

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Paper 16
Measuring Green Consumer Behaviour

Jean Martin and Karl Ashworth
January 1993

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Paper 15
Class and Party in Britain: Preliminary Results with ML3E

Anthony Heath and Dorren McMahon
January 1993

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Paper 14
Electoral Volatility in Britain: A Reassessment of Voting Patterns 1959 - 1991

William Field
August 1992

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Paper 13
Revised Class Schema 1991

John H Goldthorpe and Anthony Heath
March 1992

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Paper 12
Thatcherism and the Young: The Death of the Left?

J Andrew Brown
January 1992

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Paper 11
Consensus and Dissensus

Anthony Heath and Dorren McMahon
October 1991

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Paper 10
The Political Consequences of North-South Migration

Dorren McMahon, John Curtice, Anthony Heath and Martin Harrop
January 1992

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Paper 9
The Decline of class Politics in Britain? Class and Ideological Preference in the 1960s and the 1980s

Geoffrey Evans
October 1991

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Paper 8
Privatisation and the British Electorate A Comment

Anthony Heath and Dorren McMahon
September 1991

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Paper 7
Is Britain a Class-Divided Society? A Re-Analysis and Extension of Marshall et al's Study of Class Consciousness'

Geoffrey Evans
August 1991

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Paper 6
The Underclass and the Culture of Dependency

Anthony Heath
July 1991

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Paper 5
The Political Consequences of Social Mobility

Peter Clifford and Anthony Heath
July 1991

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Paper 4
Modelling Trends in the Class/Party Relationship 1964-1987

Geoffrey Evans, Anthony Heath and Clive Payne
December 1990

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Paper 3
Towards Meritocracy ? Recent Evidence on an Old Problem'

Anthony Heath, Colin Mills and Jane Roberts
December 1990

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Paper 2
The Measurement of Core Beliefs and Values

Anthony Heath, Geoffrey Evans, Mansur Lalljee, Jean Martin and Sharon Witherspoon
December 1990

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Paper 1
Husbands and Wives Voting Behaviour

Nan Dirk De Graaf and Anthony Heath
December 1990

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