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The Dictionary of Conservative Quotations

Social science


by
Iain Dale

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 416 pages

File size: 428 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

You’ll need this thoughtful and entertaining assembly of conservative quotations if you’re at all keen on politics. With more than 2,000 key quotes, this authoritative collection contains all the best conservatives and their sayings, whether they were standing up for what’s right or standing up to the left, showing off their wit or showing that their foes were witless. It’s got all the big names: everyone from Aquinas to Bagehot, Churchill to Cameron, Shakespeare to Thatcher. In The Dictionary of Conservative Quotations you’ll find humour (Quayle) and inspiration (Burke), political punches (Hague) and ancient wisdom (Aristotle), all wrapped up into one slick, easy-to-use compendium. This book makes a vital reference source for anyone who cares for politics or the Conservatives and is a must-have for everyone with an interest in conservative thought.

You’ll need this thoughtful and entertaining assembly of conservative quotations if you’re at all keen on politics. With more than 2,000 key quotes, this authoritative collection contains all the best conservatives and their sayings, whether they were standing up for what’s right or standing up to the left, showing off their wit or showing that their foes were witless. It’s got all the big names: everyone from Aquinas to Bagehot, Churchill to Cameron, Shakespeare… (more)

You’ll need this thoughtful and entertaining assembly of conservative quotations if you’re at all keen on politics. With more than 2,000 key quotes, this authoritative collection contains all the best conservatives and their sayings, whether they were standing up for what’s right or standing up to the left, showing off their wit or showing that their foes were witless. It’s got all the big names: everyone from Aquinas to Bagehot, Churchill to Cameron, Shakespeare to Thatcher. In The Dictionary of Conservative Quotations you’ll find humour (Quayle) and inspiration (Burke), political punches (Hague) and ancient wisdom (Aristotle), all wrapped up into one slick, easy-to-use compendium. This book makes a vital reference source for anyone who cares for politics or the Conservatives and is a must-have for everyone with an interest in conservative thought.

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