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Morrison, "the chirpy cockney sparrow" and agitator, rose from an errand boy to rule London as Britain's most famous city boss; then, nationally, he shaped the Labor Party's policies and directed its successful electoral strategies. Churchill even chose him to fight the German blitz throughout the war...but later, he ended his career overwhelmed by problems and seemingly inexplicable failures as Foreign Secretary. An inspiring biography, with a new author's preface and foreword by Morrison's grandson, Peter Mandelson.
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Bernard Donoughue is a former Senior Lecturer in Politics at the LSE. He is currently a member of the House of Lords. G.W. Jones (George Jones) M.A., D.Phil. (Oxford): Professor of Government at LSE since 1976; member of the Layfield Committee on Local Government Finance (1974-76) and of the National Consumer Council (1991-99); in 1999 appointed to the Advisory Panel on Beacon Councils, and awarded the OBE.
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Book Description Phoenix, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1842124412