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by Tony Benn

  • Author: Tony Benn
  • ISBN: 0091706602
  • ISBN13: 978-0091706609
  • ePub: 1626 kb | FB2: 1892 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Europe
  • Publisher: Hutchinson; 1st edition (October 1987)
  • Pages: 664
  • Rating: 4.1/5
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Out of the Wilderness: Diaries, 1963-67 ePub download

Out of the Wilderness is a unique political record of the 1960s, told by a man who served in five Labour administrations and who today is one of the most experienced figures both in and out of the House of Commons. No-one interested in the political influence of the Crown, the intrigues of the civil service.

OUT OF THE WILDERNESS (Diaries 1963 - 67) - Tony Benn MP The author had been MP since 1950 when he made the debut of his political career as a backbencher; as time past he was to become one of the most brilliant politicians of the 20th century

OUT OF THE WILDERNESS (Diaries 1963 - 67) - Tony Benn MP The author had been MP since 1950 when he made the debut of his political career as a backbencher; as time past he was to become one of the most brilliant politicians of the 20th century. His diaries which is a day-to-day event in the life of the author contain elaborate and detailed record of his family, personal and political life, during 1963 to 1967. The book is a product of combined effort of his wife Caroline, his two sons: Steve and Joshua ; and other associates.

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In the first Wilson government of 1964 Benn was made Postmaster General and became kwn as an invator for his introduction of the Giro and arguing for a radical broadcasting policy. After Labour's landslide victory of 1966 he was appointed to the Cabinet as Minister of Techlogy, but Labour's honeymoon came to an abrupt end in 1967 with the introduction of devaluation, leading to disilliusionment with the Government.

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Out of the wilderness. Number Of Pages: 608. QUICK DESPATCH. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 8 brand new listings. 1963 saw Labour's emergence from its 'wilderness years' in Opposition, and the election of Harold Wilson following the unexpected death of Hugh Gaitskell.

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Out of the Wilderness is a unique political record of the 1960s, told by a man who served in five Labour administrations and who today is one of the most experienced figures both in and out of the House of Commons.

Out of the Wilderness: Diaries 1963-67 by Tony Benn Hutchinson, 592 pp, £1. 5, October 1987, ISBN 0.In a lecture at Oxford in 1966, Benn declared ‘that no book I had ever read on the British constitution had been any help or had given me any indication of what to expect. 5, October 1987, ISBN 0 09 170660 2. Give me chastity and continence, prayed the youthful Augustine, but do not give it yet. Perhaps the young Tony Benn, slithering up the greasy poll, made similar entreaties. This readable and often amusing book does not contain many surprises about government in the period it describes.

1963 saw Labour's emergence from its 'wilderness years' in Opposition, and the election of Harold Wilson following the unexpected death of Hugh Gaitskell. In the first Wilson government of 1964 Benn was made Postmaster General and became known as an innovator for his introduction of the Giro and arguing for a radical broadcasting policy. After Labour's landslide victory of 1966 he was appointed to the Cabinet as Minister of Technology, but Labour's honeymoon came to an abrupt end in 1967 with the introduction of devaluation, leading to disilliusionment with the Government. Tony Benn's account on his relations with the industrialists, television and press chiefs, the Palace and the diplomatic world as well as trade unionists, civil servants, and his Cabinet colleagues, reveals the workings of our political and economic systems at the highest level. Out of the Wilderness is a unique political record of the 1960s, told by a man who served in five Labour administrations and who today is one of the most experienced figures both in and out of the House of Commons. 'No-one interested in the political influence of the Crown, the intrigues of the civil service or the highly traditionalist character of Harold Wilson can afford to ignore it' The Observer.