Modern British Statesmen, 1867-1945. Bookseller Inventory #
Synopsis: Following an introduction which identifies what the authors believe to be the central theme of the 1867-1945 period - namely the growth of state intervention and a "social democratic" political culture - this text consists of 12 chapters which inspect the career of a particular influential politician. Each chapter is divided into four sections: background; apprenticeship; limelight; and legacy.
Title: Modern British Statesmen, 1867-1945
Book Condition: Good
Book Description Manchester University Press, Manchester, 1997. Hardback. Book Condition: Very Good. No dustjacket. Includes chronologies, end-notes, suggestions for further reading, appendices (governments and major office holders, 1866-1945; leaders of principal political parties, 1867-1945; government revenue and income tax, 1867-1945; general election results, 1867-1945; biographical summaries, 1867-1945), index. 229pp. Bookseller Inventory # 44252