The prime ministers, from Robert Walpole to Margaret Thatcher
A series of illuminating vignettes tracing the development of the primeministerial role in Britain explores the character and politics of the forty-eight men and one woman who have held the post from 1721 to 1980
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Sir Robert Walpole
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