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The road to number 10: From Bonar law to Tony Blair

Alan Watkins

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Summary

This work concentrates on the way British political leaders have come to power, from Bonar Law in 1922 to Tony Blair in 1997. The author, a political columnist, analyzes the parties' different methods of appointing a leader, the mechanisms by which these leaders then made it to Number 10, the changing roles of the monarchy and the rise of party democracy.

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