Good. GC. Pimlico, 1993. Paperback with protected cover(some ink marks on the cover, crease, scratch and nick on the protected cover)in GC. Ex-Library book with stamp, pocket, sticker. Illustrated with b/w photos. Clean pages with some ink marks, marks and light shelf wear on the outer edges, some small creases on the edges of the pages, two colour marks on the edge of page 18-19. The book is in GC with some shelf wear.493pp including Notes, bibliography and index. This is another paragraph Product Description: This book is an examination of Churchill's pivotal role in the development of modern Britain. The author looks at his career, which was not only long and controversial, but was also as much concerned with domestic issues and party politics as it was with waging war and international statesmanship. It is a study of Churchill on the home front, from his first election to Parliament to the end of his last ministry. At different times, he held the three greatest domestic portfolios: President of the Board of Trade, Home Secretary and Chancellor of the Exchequer, and was responsible for a vast amount of domestic legislation.
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