* Detailed biographical essays on 198 top British leaders, from William Pitt to Tony Blair
* 48 photographs, portraits, and cartoons including many political cartoons from World War II
* Chronological list of leaders by cabinet office-prime ministers, chancellors of the exchequer, foreign secretaries, and home secretaries
* An extensive bibliography and index
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He was thus a vitally important political figure who was active at the rise of Labour and the decline of Liberalism, involved in the Liberal reforms of the Edwardian age, and deeply concerned about industrial relations in early twentieth century Britain and beyond. ?
This volume brings together leading academics and provides new information and analysis on the life, work and times of J.H. Whitley, offering a study of his career in British politics and society, focusing particularly on the last decade of the nineteenth century and the first three decades of the twentieth century.