Marching to the sound of Tory gunfire

Aitken, Ian
November 1993
New Statesman & Society;11/12/93, Vol. 6 Issue 278, p26
Opinion. Comments on adulation of obituaries in the press on the death of Lord Joseph Grimond. Contributions to Britain's postwar history; Subjective accolade; Inverted hyperbole; Famous utterance; Achievement in resuscitating the Liberal Party; Failure of the Alliance; Blame on years of Thatcherism.


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