Unfinished Revolution by Philip Gould
How New Labour Changed British Politics Forever

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Labour's landslide victory in 1997 was one of the most extraordinary events in modern political history. The party's triumph was not only a total repudiation of the Tories but also the apotheosis of a revolution within Labour, and an urgent demand for the Conservatives to undergo their own period of change. In this reissued book, published with a new Afterword, Philip Gould, one of the world's leading political strategists and a key advisor to Tony Blair during the period, describes brilliantly how it was done, frankly assesses how successful New Labour was in government, and what will be its lasting impact.

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Philip Gould was senior strategic adviser to Tony Blair, and runs his own political consultancy. He lives with his wife, Gail Rebuck, and their two children in North London.
Published October 29, 1998 by Little, Brown & Company. 256 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, History, Travel. Non-fiction

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Philip Gould is boiling the kettle, chatting casually about football, when he says something that chokes me.

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