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Making reputations : power, persuasion and the individual in modern British politics

Author: Richard Toye; Julie V Gottlieb
Publisher: London : I.B. Tauris, 2005.
Series: International library of political studies, 5.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Toye; Julie V Gottlieb
ISBN: 9781850438410 1850438412
OCLC Number: 60514013
Description: 243 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Richard Toye and Julie Gottlieb --
Constructing life stories / Peter Marsh --
Gladstonian liberalism and the rehabilitation of Robert Lowe, 1866-1868 / Kristin Zimmerman --
'Squiff', 'Lliar George', and 'the McKennae' : the unpersuasive politics of personality in the Asquith coalition, 1915-16 / Martin Farr --
Charismatic leadership, c. 1870-1914 : a comparative European perspective / Henk te Velde --
An exemplary communist life? : Harry Pollitt's Serving my time in comparative perspective / Kevin Morgan --
A Mosleyite life stranger than fiction : the making and remaking of Olive Hawks / Julie Gottlieb --
Winston Churchill and the 'men of destiny' : leadership and the role of the prime minister in wartime feature films / Jo Fox --
'Let us go forward together' : Clementine Churchill and the role of the personality in wartime Britain / Helen Jones --
The trials of a biographer : Roy Harrod's Life of John Maynard Keynes reconsidered / Richard Toye --
'Our Amazonian colleague' : Edith Summerskill's problematic reputation / Penny Summerfield --
Michael Foot as Labour leader : the uses of the past / Paul Corthorn --
'I don't think of myself as the first woman prime minister' : gender, identity and image in Margaret Thatcher's career / Anneke Ribberink --
New Labour and The Sun, 1994-97 / Sam Gallagher.
Series Title: International library of political studies, 5.
Responsibility: edited by Richard Toye and Julie Gottlieb.

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