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Bonar Law

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Among those statesmen who reached the peak of British politics in this century, Bonar Law remains the least known. A Canadian-born Glasgow businessman, he entered politics in 1900; within four years he was a member of Balfour’s government, and by 1911 he was the head of the Conservative Party. In the twelve years that followed, he reunited and reorganized the party followi ...more
Hardcover, 476 pages
Published April 1st 1999 by Stanford University Press (first published January 1999)
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