Rose, Paul
July 1983
Contemporary Review;Jul83, Vol. 243 Issue 1410, p26
Literary Criticism
Offers observations on politics and elections in Great Britain as of 1983. Victory of Maggie Thatcher which took the Tories back into power; Lack of credibility of the Labour Opposition and its leader; Political parties involved in the elections.


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