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Blair unbound

Author: Anthony Seldon; Peter Snowdon; Daniel Collings
Publisher: London ; New York : Simon & Schuster, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Blair Unbound, written with Peter Snowdon and Daniel Ceilings, takes the Prime Minister's story from 2001 until his final day in power on 27 June 2007. It recounts how Blair matures as a political leader, finds his voice and personal agenda at home and abroad, and divests himself of the figures who had helped him rise to power but then held him back. Critical in this transformation is 9/11, firing him with the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Seldon, Anthony.
Blair unbound.
London ; New York : Simon & Schuster, 2007
(OCoLC)608550127
Named Person: Tony Blair; Tony Blair; Tony Blair
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Anthony Seldon; Peter Snowdon; Daniel Collings
ISBN: 9781847370785 1847370780 9781847372154 1847372155
OCLC Number: 123375504
Description: xiv, 669 p., [16] p. of plates : ill., ports. ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1 9/11 1 --
2 Finding His Theme 19 --
3 Riding Two Horses 47 --
4 The Road to Baghdad 80 --
5 'Make or Break' at Home 107 --
6 Confronting Saddam 135 --
7 Iraq: From Agonising to Vindication 172 --
8 Losing My Agenda 201 --
9 The Descent 232 --
10 The Recovery 263 --
11 Back in Charge 278 --
12 Crafting a Bold Future 302 --
13 General Election, 2005 331 --
14 Second Honeymoon 351 --
15 Promise Fades 382 --
16 Losing His Authority 415 --
17 Stirrings of Dissent 444 --
18 The September Coup 479 --
19 On a Knife Edge 500 --
20 To the Wire 529 --
Conclusion: The Long Farewell 554 --
Dramatis Personae 589.
Responsibility: Anthony Seldon with Peter Snowdon and Daniel Collings.
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A stunning conclusion to Anthony Seldon's definitive account of the Blair premiership, covering his tenure from 9/11 to his departure from Number 10.  Read more...

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"An outstanding work that strives successfully to explain the man and his administration." " --Booklist"

 
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