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This is a biography of Aneurin Bevan (1897-1960). Bevan believed that World War II was Britain's opportunity to create a new society, a position he maintained throughout the war. In 1945, Bevan was appointed Minister of Health, where he succeeded in establishing the NHS.
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‘Clare and Francis Beckett have written a short, thoroughly readable and affordable introduction to Bevan’s life and politics.’ (Keith Flett Socialist Review 2005-08-00)About the Author:
Francis Beckett is a journalist, writes often for the Guardian and is the author of Gordon Brown (Haus). Clare Beckett lectures in social policy at the University of Bradford.
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Book Description Haus Publishing, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1904341632
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