In writing this biography, the author had the unique advantage of extensive interviews with "Supermac", together with exclusive access to his copious and unpublished diaries, letters and private papers. He reveals the real man behind the showman, soldier, scholar, publisher, bonviveur and devout high churchman, a complex and fascinating political figure.
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The Ripening Peach 18941914
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