Joseph Chamberlain: 'the one who made the weather'?

Goodlad, Graham
March 2005
History Review;Mar2005, Issue 51, p47
Highlights the political career of Joseph Chamberlain as a minister under Salisbury, England. Description of Chamberlain based on the book "Great Contemporaries," by Winston Churchill; Political contributions of Chamberlain according to historians; Main phases of the political career of Chamberlain.


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