The Making of Modern Britain
'The book is lively, readable and engaging . . . vivid character studies and colourful vignettes, some of cinematic brilliance . . . Marr has an enviable ability to unravel complex issues and expound them in simple terms. He possesses a sharp radical edge and often goes to the heart of the matter . . . Marr can also be genuinely funny . . . an acute eye for details that puts the past in perspective . . . Marr's analyses are lucid . . . He sums up historical debates adeptly' --Guardian --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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