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For just over a decade, from 1963 to the mid 1970s, Arnold Goodman was the most powerful non-elected figure in Britain. His power was based on access to the top political and social figures in the age of Harold Wilson and Edward Heath. He was skilled at extracting the most fulsome apologies in libel cases, and even more skilled in stopping unwelcome stories before they app ...more
Hardcover, 304 pages
Published October 1st 1999 by John Blake
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Dr Brian Brivati has published extensive work on contemporary British politics with an emphasis on the political history of the British Labour party. His biography of Hugh Gaitskell (Richard Cohen Books, 1996) received 10 book of the year selections. His research and teaching has recently extended to comparative work on genocide and human rights. He speakers regularly for the Holocaust Education T ...more

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