London: Eyre and Spottiswoode and Collins, 1965. FIRST EDITION. Octavo, pp.496. With 20 photographic illustrations. Bound in publisher's black cloth with gilt titles to spine, top edge black. With the orange, green and black dust-jacket with titles in white to front cover and spine. Some pencil MS notes to pp.79; 319; 346-347; 371-373; 417-419, and 441. Slight reading lean; jacket lightly sunned. Some minor chips and closed tears to top edge of jacket. Very good. Easily one of the most extraordinary women of the twentieth century, Carter was at the heart of liberal politics and the goverment during one of its most turbulent periods. This volume records her reflections on her friendship with Winston Churchill, and as such offers one of the most perspicacious views on the Conservative prime minister and "Greatest Briton" Item #51324
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