Labour in Power, 1945-1951

Labour in Power, 1945-1951 Kenneth O. Morgan
  • Title: Labour in Power, 1945-1951
  • Author: Kenneth O. Morgan
  • ISBN: 9780192158659
  • Page: 309
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Labour in Power, 1945-1951 Kenneth O. Morgan Labour in Power This is the only detailed and comprehensive account of the policies programs and personalities of the powerful and influential Attlee government Based on a vast range of previously unpublished mater
    This is the only detailed and comprehensive account of the policies, programs, and personalities of the powerful and influential Attlee government Based on a vast range of previously unpublished material, personal papers, and recently released public records, the book provides in depth portraits of key figures of the period and compares Britain during these years with othThis is the only detailed and comprehensive account of the policies, programs, and personalities of the powerful and influential Attlee government Based on a vast range of previously unpublished material, personal papers, and recently released public records, the book provides in depth portraits of key figures of the period and compares Britain during these years with other European nations after 1945 In conclusion, Morgan assesses the legacy of this crucial administration for Britain, the western world, the new Commonwealth, and the Labour Party itself.
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    About Kenneth O. Morgan


    1. Kenneth O Morgan, Research Professor, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, and Honorary Fellow, Queen s College, Oxford.


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    1. Read for British History graduate class Way too much detail clouds the occasional interesting note like the British views of the Korean War, for instance Might be interesting only to the most detail oriented British historian and didn t offer me the type of basic informaiton I needed to better understand the British Labour Party movement in the post war period.

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