The Rt. Hon. Alan Clark, historian and politician, has written one of the most forthright and honest political diaries this century.
On these cassettes you can hear Eton educated Alan Clark recount his enthralling journal entries from 1983, the year his father, Lord (Kenneth) Clark died, to the moment when he became subject to the Privy Council oath in February 1991.
He relates of his love for Saltwood and his family, his relationship with the Lady, his feud with T.K. at the M.O.D., his world travels, his opinions, at times contemptuous, of his colleagues, and his dalliances with pretty girls.
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Engagingly written in a light-hearted style which transfers effortlessly to tape.
With the author reading his own words, we are given an enhanced personal account.
The long-awaited second volume of the century's most phenomenally successful political diaries.
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