By Peter Dorey
Peter Dorey right here provides the main finished, in-depth and unique e-book of the 1964-1970 labour governments released to date.
This certain account examines a variety of political concerns and makes huge use of fundamental resources lately published through the general public files place of work, together with formerly unpublished cupboard papers, ministerial correspondence, ministers' deepest papers and interviews with former ministers.
Peter Dorey analyzes the guidelines and intra-party debates of the period and the issues which ministers confronted within the context of either exterior occasions, and the transforming into unrest among labour backbenchers.
Providing a scientific research of this key interval in glossy British heritage, contributions span fiscal guidelines, international affairs, social reform, liberalism, constitutional reform and territorial administration, therefore making sure that this article is vital examining for researchers and scholars of politics and government.
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