Wilson

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Haus Publishing, 2006 - 170 páginas
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Harold Wilson held out the promise of technology and of 'the Britain that is going to be forged in the white heat of this revolution'. A balance of payment crisis, leading to devaluation in 1967, frustrated the fulfilment of his primeministerial promises. Meanwhile foreign affaris were dominated by the issue of Rhodesia, in which Wilson took a personal initiative in diplomacy with Ian Smith but failed to make any progress.
 

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Índice

Morning Departure
1
THE LIFE
12
England Made Me
13
Honourable Member
25
Struggle for Leadership
38
THE LEADERSHIP
50
First Government
51
Second Government Second Devaluation
65
Two More Governments One Last Resignation
106
Spooked
117
THE LEGACY
130
A Moral Crusade Or Nothing?
131
Notes
142
Chronology
147
Further Reading
162
Picture Sources
166

In Place of Harmony
78
Locust Years
90
In Power Through Strife
98

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Paul Routledge is chief political commentator of the Daily Mirror, who earlier in his career reported on the Wilson administration. His books include biographies of Arthur Scargill, Betty Boothroyd, Airie Neave and Peter Mandelson.

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