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Leonard, Dick

A Century of Premiers

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Dick Leonard

2. Robert Cecil, 3rd Marquis of Salisbury — The Man who Stayed too Long
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3. Arthur James Balfour — Bob’s your Uncle
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4. Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman — ‘A Good, Honest Scotchman’
Dick Leonard

5. Herbert Henry Asquith — Not Quite in the Gladstone Mould
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6. David Lloyd George — ‘A Dynamic Force’
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7. Andrew Bonar Law — Tory Puritan
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8. Stanley Baldwin — ‘A Man of the Most Utter Insignificance’?
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9. James Ramsay MacDonald — An ‘Aristocrat’ among Plain Men?
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10. Neville Chamberlain — A Family Affair
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11. Winston Churchill — His Finest Hour
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12. Clement Attlee — Quiet Revolutionary
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13. Sir Anthony Eden — Self-Destruction of a Prince Charming
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14. Harold Macmillan — Idealist into Manipulator
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15. Sir Alec Douglas-Home: Right Man, Wrong Century?
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16. Harold Wilson — Master — or Victim — of the Short Term
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17. Edward Heath — Cheerleader for Europe
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18. James Callaghan — Labour’s conservative
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19. Margaret Thatcher — Grocer’s Daughter to Iron Lady
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20. John Major — ‘Thatcherism with a Human Face’
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21. Tony Blair — Governing against his Party
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Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, British Politics, History of Britain and Ireland, Political History, European History, Literature, general, Political Science

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2005
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
391 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230511507
Printed ISBN
978-1-4039-3990-6

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