The Great Betrayal 1966 1977

The Great Betrayal 1966 1977

Author by : Kavita Narawane
Language : en
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Description : On the administration of India under the premiership of Indira Gandhi, b. 1917.


The Great Betrayal

The Great Betrayal

Author by : Ian Douglas Smith
Language : en
Publisher by : Blake Pub
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Description : Ian Smith, former president of Rhodesia, spares few of his opponents as heives a forthright account of one of Africa's most controversial politicalareers.;Smith details his boyhood in Southern Rhodesia, his enlistment intohe Royal Air Force and his active service during World War II. After the war,e joined the United Federal Party and initiated moves with various Britishovernments under Macmillian and Douglas-Home. This resulted in thenilateral Declaration of Independence, and then Britain led the world indopting sanctions against Rhodesia.;He also tells how the Britishovernment's poor handling of the Rhodesian situation led to unrest in therea which Henry Kissinger tried unsuccessfully to quell. Eventually theirst majority elections were held, the results of which Margaret Thatcherefused to recognise, leading to the Marxist-orientated rule of Presidentugabe.;This autobiography deals with many political events that have beenonveniently glossed over. It presents a fascinating portrait of one of the0th century's most distinguished political figures.


The Great Betrayal

The Great Betrayal

Author by : Rod Liddle
Language : en
Publisher by : Hachette UK
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Description : 'Very funny' Spectator Book of the Year 'Robust and entertaining' Sunday Times Book of the Year 'Betcha we don't leave.' I wrote that on the evening of 24 June 2016, once the euphoria had passed. A lot of us leavers, despite being elderly and thick, knew. The establishment wouldn't let it happen. Quite how the establishment stopped us from leaving the European Union, though, we could never have guessed. A mandate which became a process and resulted in the UK being the laughing stock of the world. We might have guessed at the relentless howls of outrage from that extreme block of transgressed remainers, the hostility of the House of Commons, the civil service and the BBC. That was a given, and it all played its part. But beyond our imagination was the readiness of politicians to ignore or subvert the vote, the sheer ineptitude of those charged with negotiating our withdrawal, the spite of the EU and the intercession of that usual thing, events. The Great Betrayal tells the story of a failed Brexit and a betrayal of the British people, drawn from interviews with those at the very centre of what became, in the end, a surreal charade.


A Great Betrayal

A Great Betrayal

Author by : Brian Farrell
Language : en
Publisher by : Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd
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The Great Betrayal

The Great Betrayal

Author by : Horace Freeland Judson
Language : en
Publisher by : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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Description : The author exposes numerous cases of scientific fraud and explains the reasons behind them, discussing peer review and revealing the failures of the current academic, government, and legal institutions charged with monitoring the scientific community.


The Great Betrayal

The Great Betrayal

Author by : John Drennan
Language : en
Publisher by : Gill & Macmillan Ltd
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Description : From penalty points to water charges, funding cuts to tax hikes, The Great Betrayal is a cutting assessment of the upheavals, egos and scraps that shaped the 31st Dáil by Ireland’s most sagacious political pundit-turned-political operator As the curtain falls on this government’s term in office, it has fallen drastically out of favour, something that is hard to believe if we cast our minds back just a few years to 2011, when Fine Gael and Labour rode a wave of populist sentiment all the way to Dáil Eireann. No Irish government has ever enjoyed a larger majority – and none has ever so comprehensively squandered its mandate. How did the Coalition fall so far so fast? Written with the unique insight of one of the most original observers of Irish politics, The Great Betrayal provides an entertaining and enlightening narrative of a government that, in the eyes of many, betrayed the hopes of the Irish electorate for a democratic revolution, almost immediately after being elected with a thumping majority. The Great Betrayal is required reading for anyone wondering how it all went wrong and where we might go from here.


The Great Betrayal

The Great Betrayal

Author by : Nicholas Bethell
Language : en
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The Great Betrayal

The Great Betrayal

Author by : Julien Benda
Language : en
Publisher by : London : G. Routledge
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The Great Betrayal

The Great Betrayal

Author by : Douglas Sutherland
Language : en
Publisher by : Viking Press
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Description : Presents a detailed account of four English Communist agents, their espionage activities, defection, the scandal, and their lives since the discovery


The Great Betrayal

The Great Betrayal

Author by : Millenia Black
Language : en
Publisher by : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Description : By all appearances, the Cavanaughs of West Palm have an ideal marriage and family life-the perfect home with few complications. Leslie, the beautiful mother, shines brightly in corporate America. Her adoring husband, Luke, is movie-star handsome and an award-winning architect. Their privileged daughter, Kathryn, enjoys the best that life has to offer. But castles built on sand are eventually washed away by the sea.