Andrew Marr





Andrew Marr

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A History Of Modern Britain
3.93 of 5 stars 3.93 avg rating — 948 ratings — published 2007 — 11 editions
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The Making of Modern Britain
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A History of the World
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The Real Elizabeth: An Inti...
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My Trade: A Short History o...
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Head of State
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A Short Book About Drawing
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The Battle For Scotland
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Ruling Britannia: The Failu...
3.75 of 5 stars 3.75 avg rating — 16 ratings — published 1996 — 2 editions
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A History of 20th Century B...
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“The left tended to think people’s private lives should be their own, even if they made choices traditional Christian society regarded as immoral; but that people’s working lives, from how much they earned to where they worked, were fit for State interference. The right had a reverse view, that the State should uphold traditional moral codes with the full rigour of the law, but keep out of the economy as much as possible.”
Andrew Marr, A History Of Modern Britain

“So although they might stare at us and ask, 'Who are these alien people?' We could reply, 'We are you, What you chose to become.”
Andrew Marr

“For Reuter, it was the last act of the Great War and something which reduced, if it did not remove, the shame of defeat and surrender. The message, for those who chose to think about it, was that Germany was down but not out - defeated but not reconciled.”
Andrew Marr, The Making of Modern Britain

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