Blair's Britain, 1997–2007

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Anthony Seldon
Cambridge University Press, Sep 20, 2007 - Political Science
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Tony Blair has dominated British political life for more than a decade. Like Margaret Thatcher before him, he has changed the terms of political debate and provoked as much condemnation as admiration. At the end of his era in power, this book presents a wide-ranging overview of the achievements and failures of the Blair governments. Bringing together Britain's most eminent academics and commentators on British politics and society, it examines the effect of the Prime Minister and his administration on the machinery of government, economic and social policy and foreign relations. Combining serious scholarship with clarity and accessibility, this book represents the authoritative verdict on the impact of the Blair years on British politics and society.
 

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1961
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1974
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1993
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2005
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2005
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1849
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1868
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1888
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2009
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2010
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1955
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1983
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1933
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1955
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1975
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1997

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1909
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1930
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1959
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1986
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2006
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1983
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2006
XXXIV
2006
XXXVI
2006
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2008
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2026
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2044
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Anthony Seldon is Master Elect of Wellington College and the co-founder of the Institute of Contemporary British History. He is a prominent commentator on British political leadership and the leading authoritative commentator on Tony Blair, having written or edited 5 books on him including The Blair Effect 2001 (with Dennis Kavanagh, Cambridge, 2005).

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