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A Journey

Author : Tony Blair
ISBN : 9780307398215
Genre : Great Britain
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In this remarkably gripping memoir, one of the most dynamic and controversial leaders of modern times gives us a firsthand account of his years in office and beyond. Here, for the first time, Tony Blair recounts his role in shaping our recent history, from the aftermath of Princess Diana's death to the war on terror. With rare honesty and courage, he recounts the belief in ethical intervention that led to his decision to go to war in Kosovo, Sierra Leone, Afghanistan, and, most controversial of all, Iraq. Filled with fascinating revelations about Blair's close friendship with the Clinton family, his admiration for George W. Bush, and his relationship with Barack Obama, A Journey is a must-read political memoir, providing an unprecedented glimpse into Tony Blair's experiences as Prime Minister, through his own eyes. In his expansive new introduction, Tony Blair discusses his vision of a future based on open-mindedness, yet fully couched in the complex realities of our times.
Category: Great Britain

Tony Blair

Author : Philip Stephens
ISBN : 1842751174
Genre : Great Britain
File Size : 51.9 MB
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In the first ten years as Labour party leader, Tony Blair's image has changed from that of a wide-eyed innocent abroad in the political jungle to - some would say - a warmongering opportunist obsessed with his place in history and showing a barely disguised disdain both for his party and for Parliament.
Category: Great Britain

Tony Blair

Author : John Rentoul
ISBN : 9780571299874
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 40.26 MB
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Last updated in 2001, John Rentoul's acclaimed Tony Blair: Prime Minister returns with an extensive new assessment of Blair's premiership after '9/11' - from the Iraq war and relations with Gordon Brown to his departure from Downing Street and political afterlife. 'Well written, thoroughly researched and informed by the balanced and subtle insights of a skilled journalist... Especially good on the influences that have shaped Mr Blair.' Economist 'Utterly scrupulous in presenting the [] information... [W]hen Rentoul occasionally presents his own judgements, they can rarely be faulted.' Peter Oborne, Sunday Express 'Written with care, thought... and a fine understanding of political nuances.' Ben Pimlott 'An extraordinary achievement, flashing with a peculiarly devastating form of sympathy.' Craig Brown, Mail on Sunday 'With further updates, this biography will almost certainly become the definitive one.' Rachel Sylvester, Daily Telegraph
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Broken Vows

Author : Tom Bower
ISBN : 0571314228
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New Britain

Author : Tony Blair
ISBN : 081334235X
Genre : History
File Size : 62.28 MB
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New Britain presents Tony Blair on all the major debates of British public life: from nationalized health care to crime prevention, from the welfare state to monetary policy, from religion to family values, from individualism to isolationism, from taxation to trade unions, from NATO to Northern Ireland, from community rebirth to economic growth. After seventeen years of Conservative Party rule under Margaret Thatcher and John Major, a change in Great Britain's leadership appears imminent. In Blair's Stakeholder Nation, government works in partnership with private and voluntary sectors to harness the pawer of the market to serve the public interest. In New Britain, we read in Blair's own articulate words how to improve the standard of living of all Britain's families; how to base a new social order on merit, commitment, and inclusion; how to decentralize British institutions of political power; and how to expand Britain's leadership in foreign affairs.
Category: History

Leading The Way

Author : Tony Blair
ISBN : 1860300758
Genre : Local government
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"Tony Blair argues that clear and strong leadership should be at the heart of local government's new role. Councils should accept the challenge to modernise so that they can play a full part in the government's commitment to build a fairer, more decent society."--Page 4 of cover.
Category: Local government

Hitchens Vs Blair

Author : Christopher Hitchens
ISBN : 9781770890084
Genre : Religion
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Presents the text of a debate between former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and British intellectual Christopher Hitchens about the role and influence of religion in the modern world.
Category: Religion

Tony Blair

Author : Bonnie Hinman
ISBN : 9781438104775
Genre : Blair, Tony
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A former rock music promoter and a student of socialist thought at Oxford University, Tony Blair became a member of Parliament, and then prime minister of Great Britain, in only 14 years. Finding inspiration in President Bill Clinton's political strategy, the youthful Blair made his quick rise through the Labour Party's ranks largely by advocating modernization.
Category: Blair, Tony

Tony Blair

Author : Thomas M. Collins
ISBN : 0822523736
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Chronicles the life of Tony Blair from his middle-class childhood through his work as a politician to his service as prime minister of the United Kingdom.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

John Major Tony Blair And A Conflict Of Leadership

Author : Michael Foley
ISBN : 0719063175
Genre : History
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In Britain's parliamentary democracy there have always been competing claims between party leaders for the position of prime minister - today these claims are less the incidental features of political party exchanges and more an indication of a new dimension of political activity with its own dynamics and significance. Focusing on the leadership profiles of Tony Blair and John Major, this text details the importance of the mass media in leadership projection, the usage of opinion polling and market research to promote leaders and the deployment of leaders by their respective parties into public settings for self-promotion. It examines the evolution of leadership in the Labour Party, from Harold Wilson to Tony Blair, and looks at the New Labour project from a leadership perspective. The book also follows the general election campaigns of New Labour and the Conservatives and analyses the 1995 Conservative party leadership contest.
Category: History