Guiding Light: The Collected Speeches of John Smith
The sudden death of John Smith in the spring of 1994 stunned the world of politics. This collection of speeches - compiled with the full co-operation of John Smith's widow - serves as a lasting remembrance of a politician much admired and loved on both sides of the House.
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