Second Amongst Equals: Chancellors of the Exchequer and the British Economy

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Profile Books, 2001 - Chancellor of the Exchequer - 340 pages
Second Amongst Equals asks what makes a good Chancellor, who was the best and the worst, and whether the reputations of men as varied as Stafford Cripps and Norman Lamont, or Hugh Gaitskell and John Major, really do them justice.

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