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Photo of the bookTitle:Dialogues with Blair
Subtitle:Issues in Blair Politics of 2002-2007
Author:Shams Ali
Cover Type:Paperback
Book Size:Width: 135 mm, Height: 200 mm, Thickness: 14 mm, Weight: 300 grams
Number of Pages:Front matter: 12
Main text: 252
Back matter: 7
Total: 271
Publication Date:November 2007
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View preface, table of contents, one chapter and index in pdf formatTony Blair became British Prime Minister in 1997, having displaced the then Conservative government of John Major.
In the first term the Blair government had a broad popular support, but in 2007 he resigned, and is seen by many as the most disastrous prime minister in British History, while others admire his brazenness and political skills.
And at the time of the publication of this book, the Blair successors are struggling with the Blair Legacy - the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the loss of public trust in the British Government as an institution, and what a British top military called 'Moral Vacuum'.
This book considers the various issues which contributed to the loss of popular trust in the Blair leadership from the non-political stand-point of "right and wrong and true and false".
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