Fifty Key Figures in Twentieth Century British Politics

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Fifty Key Figures in Twentieth Century British Politics
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Herbert Henry Asquith 3
  • Nancy (witcher Langhorne) Astor 9
  • Richard) Clement Attlee 10
  • Stanley Baldwin 16
  • Arthur James Balfour 21
  • Lord Beaverbrook (william Maxwell Aitken) 25
  • Aneurin (nye) Bevan 28
  • William (henry) Beveridge 30
  • Ernest Bevin 39
  • Anthony) Tony (charles Lynton) Blair 42
  • Richard Austen Butler (lord Butler of Saffron Walden) 51
  • (Leonard) James Callaghan (lord Callaghan of Cardiff) 54
  • Henry Campbell-Bannerman 59
  • Edward (henry) Carson 62
  • Barbara (anne) Castle 64
  • Joseph Chamberlain 69
  • Arthur) Neville Chamberlain 75
  • Sir Winston (leonard Spencer) Churchill 81
  • Walter (mclennan) Citrine 85
  • Sir Stafford Cripps 88
  • (Charles) Anthony (raven) Crosland 92
  • (Edward) Hugh (john Neale) Dalton 95
  • Sir (robert) Anthony Eden (first Earl of Avon) 99
  • Michael (mackintosh) Foot 103
  • Hugh (todd Naylor) Gaitskell 106
  • Edward Grey (viscount Grey of Falloden) 110
  • (James) Keir Hardie 113
  • Edward (richard George) Heath 122
  • Arthur Henderson 126
  • Sir Samuel (john Gurney) Hoare (second Baron and Viscount Templewood) 130
  • Sir Alec (alexander Frederick) Douglas Home 133
  • Sir Keith (sinjohn) Joseph 136
  • John Maynard Keynes 139
  • Neil Kinnock 144
  • George Lansbury 154
  • Andrew Bonar Law 158
  • David Lloyd George (first Earl Lloydgeorge of Dwyfor) 162
  • James Ramsay Macdonald 169
  • (Maurice) Harold Macmillan (first Earl of Stockton) 174
  • John Major 178
  • Herbert (stanley) Morrison (lord Morrison of Lambeth) 183
  • Oswald (ernald) Mosle 186
  • Emmeline Pankhurst 191
  • Harry Pollitt 195
  • (John) Enoch Powell 200
  • Sir Herbert (louis) Samuel (first Viscount Samuel) 205
  • Sir John (alllesbrook) Simon (viscount Simon of Stackpole Elidor) 209
  • Margaret (hilda) Thatcher (baroness Thatcher of Kesteven) 214
  • Ellen (cicely) Wilkinson 220
  • (James) Harold Wilson (lord Wilson of Rievaulx) 222
  • Index 229
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