Walker, Martin
July 1995
New Republic;7/17/95, Vol. 213 Issue 3/4, p16
Offers a look at the political leadership crisis in Great Britain as of July 1995. Comparison between the challenges faced by former Prime Minister Harold Macmillan and Prime Minister John Major; Similarities between the U.S. and British conservative parties; Rivalry between former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Michael Heseltine; Attitude of British conservatives toward noblesse oblige and in the duty to govern in the name of One Nation.


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