An account of how one Labour Party politician, after suffering the biggest setback of his political career, used the anti-Vietnam War demonstrations in Grosvenor Square, the battle over trade union reform and the Troubles in Northern Ireland to propel himself to No 10.
About the Author
PAUL J. DEVENEY is Senior Fellow and Lecturer at the Centre for Programs in Contemporary Writing, University of Pennsylvania, USA. He lectures on writing and Modern British history. He has previously worked as a senior writer on the Foreign desk of the Wall Street Journal.