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Great Liberal Speeches (2001)

by Duncan Brack (Editor), Tony Little (Editor)

Other authors: Max Atkinson (Introduction), Conrad Russell (Foreword)

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This volume provides a feast of oratory from the last two centuries and will form an important reference for politicians and historians. Each speech is set in context.

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