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Fitzpatrick provides a theoretical overview of the concept of tradition and explains why it is crucial to our understanding of change and continuity in politics. In doing so, he identifies three problems with the existing literature. First, he explains why a dominant conservative interpretation of tradition has led to the neglect of tradition in the social sciences generally. Second, he sets out why the underlying pluralist perspective of the power relations involved in regulation are unsatisfactory. Finally, he advocates a greater role for ideas, culture and traditions in the analysis of regulation. In particular, he argues that a set of ideas about the role of the state—the British political tradition—has played a decisive role in shaping the nature of regulation in the UK.
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