Blair Unbound

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Simon & Schuster UK, Apr 7, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 688 pages
The first volume of Anthony Seldon's riveting and definitive life of Tony Blair was published to great acclaim in 2004. Now, as the Labour Party and the country get used to the idea of a new leader and a new Prime Minister, Seldon delivers the most complete, authoritative and compelling account yet of the Blair premiership. Picking up the story in dramatic fashion on 11 September 2001, Seldon recaps very briefly Blair's trajectory to what may now be regarded as the high-point of his leadership, and then brings us right up to date as Blair hands over the reins to his arch-rival, Gordon Brown. Based on hundreds of original interviews with key insiders, many of whose views have hitherto been kept private, Blair Unbound serves both as a fascinating 'volume two' of this masterclass in political biography and a highly revealing and compelling book in its own right.

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Blair Unbound follows Blair’s premiership from 2001 until his departure in 2007. Seldon believes that during his first term Blair was concerned with presentation and electoral success, but that in ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Anthony Seldon is the author of several books on the Tony Blair administration, including 10 Downing Street, Blair, Blair's Britain, and The Blair Effect. Peter Snowdon is the coauthor of The Conservative Party. Daniel Collings is the coauthor of Britain Under Thatcher.

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