By Andrew Thorpe

Thorpe's publication has verified itself because the most sensible single-volume examine of the entire of the Labour party's background. Now up to date within the mild of contemporary debates, this fourth version brings the tale as much as the current with a brand new ultimate bankruptcy at the Brown and Milliband years.

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