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  • Eugene McCarthyby Dominic Sandbrook

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2007; US$ 16.95

    Eugene McCarthy was one of the most fascinating political figures of the postwar era: a committed liberal anti-Communist who broke with his party?s leadership over Vietnam and ultimately helped take down the political giant Lyndon B. Johnson. His presidential candidacy in 1968 seized the hearts and fired the imaginations of countless young liberals;... more...

  • Mad as Hellby Dominic Sandbrook

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2011; US$ 17.95

    ?I?m mad as hell, and I?m not going to take it anymore!? The words of Howard Beale, the fictional anchorman in the 1970s hit film Network, struck a chord with a generation of Americans. From the disgrace of Watergate to the humiliation of the Iran hostage crisis, the American Dream seemed to be falling apart. In this magisterial new history, Dominic... more...

  • State of Emergencyby Dominic Sandbrook

    Penguin Books Ltd 2011; US$ 20.78

    The book behind the major new BBC2 series The Seventies In the early 1970s, Britain seemed to be tottering on the brink of the abyss. Under Edward Heath, the optimism of the Sixties had become a distant memory. Now the headlines were dominated by strikes and blackouts, unemployment and inflation. As the world looked on in horrified fascination,... more...

  • Seasons in the Sunby Dominic Sandbrook

    Penguin Books Ltd 2012; US$ 20.78

    Dominic Sandbrook's magnificent account of the late 1970s in Britain - the book behind the major BB2 series The Seventies In this gloriously colourful book, Dominic Sandbrook recreates the extraordinary period of the late 1970s in all its chaos and contradiction, revealing it as a decisive point in our recent history. Across the country,... more...

  • Never Had It So Goodby Dominic Sandbrook

    Little, Brown Book Group 2015; US$ 22.68

    In 1956 the Suez Crisis finally shattered the old myths of the British Empire and paved the way for the tumultuous changes of the decades to come. In NEVER HAD IT SO GOOD, Dominic Sandbrook takes a fresh look at the dramatic story of affluence and decline between 1956 and 1963. Arguing that historians have until now been besotted by the supposed... more...

  • White Heatby Dominic Sandbrook

    Little, Brown Book Group 2015; US$ 22.68

    Harold Wilson's famous reference to 'white heat' captured the optimistic spirit of a society in the midst of breathtaking change. From the gaudy pleasures of Swinging London to the tragic bloodshed in Northern Ireland, from the intrigues of Westminster to the drama of the World Cup, British life seemed to have taken on a dramatic new momentum. ... more...

  • White Heatby Dominic Sandbrook

    Little, Brown Book Group 2015; Not Available

    Harold Wilson's famous reference to 'white heat' captured the optimistic spirit of a society in the midst of breathtaking change. From the gaudy pleasures of Swinging London to the tragic bloodshed in Northern Ireland, from the intrigues of Westminster to the drama of the World Cup, British life seemed to have taken on a dramatic new momentum. ... more...

  • Never Had It So Goodby Dominic Sandbrook

    Little, Brown Book Group 2015; Not Available

    In 1956 the Suez Crisis finally shattered the old myths of the British Empire and paved the way for the tumultuous changes of the decades to come. In NEVER HAD IT SO GOOD, Dominic Sandbrook takes a fresh look at the dramatic story of affluence and decline between 1956 and 1963. Arguing that historians have until now been besotted by the supposed... more...

  • White Heatby Dominic Sandbrook

    Little, Brown Book Group 2015; Not Available

    Harold Wilson's famous reference to 'white heat' captured the optimistic spirit of a society in the midst of breathtaking change. From the gaudy pleasures of Swinging London to the tragic bloodshed in Northern Ireland, from the intrigues of Westminster to the drama of the World Cup, British life seemed to have taken on a dramatic new momentum. The... more...

  • The Great British Dream Factoryby Dominic Sandbrook

    Penguin Books Ltd 2015; US$ 40.00

    Britain's empire has gone. Our manufacturing base is a shadow of its former self; the Royal Navy has been reduced to a skeleton. In military, diplomatic and economic terms, we no longer matter as we once did. And yet there is still one area in which we can legitimately claim superpower status: our popular culture. It is extraordinary to think that... more...

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