The Record of the National Government

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The Record of the National Government

By Ramsay Muir
Allen and Unwin, 1936
204 pp. $5.00

A telling indictment of the Baldwin administration, which the author believes "to be the worst, the weakest, the most timorous and the most incompetent Government that Britain has known since the days of Lord North."

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