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By Andrew Thorpe

Thorpe's ebook is largely visible because the top single-volume learn of the total of the Labour party's history.  Now completely up-to-date within the mild of ongoing historiographical debates, this 3rd version brings the tale as much as the current with new and revised chapters at the improvement of 'New Labour' and the legacy of the Blair government.

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