After winning the 1924 general election with Liberal support, Ramsay MacDonald became Britain's first Labour prime minister. This book looks at his historic political career, including his controversial coalition government with the Conservatives.
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A Hybrid Ancestry
Marriage and Lincolns Inn Fields
From Pressure Group to Party 190014
A Socialist at War 191423
Rectitude of Thought Consideration of Action
The echo that was MacDonald
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