[Memoirs] Winds of Change, 1914-1939; The Blast of War, 1939-1945; Tides of Fortune, 1945-1955; Riding the Storm, 1956-1959; Pointing the Way, 1959-1961; At the End of the Day, 1961-1963 [together with] The Middle Way. Harold MACMILLAN.
[Memoirs] Winds of Change, 1914-1939; The Blast of War, 1939-1945; Tides of Fortune, 1945-1955; Riding the Storm, 1956-1959; Pointing the Way, 1959-1961; At the End of the Day, 1961-1963 [together with] The Middle Way.
[Memoirs] Winds of Change, 1914-1939; The Blast of War, 1939-1945; Tides of Fortune, 1945-1955; Riding the Storm, 1956-1959; Pointing the Way, 1959-1961; At the End of the Day, 1961-1963 [together with] The Middle Way.

[Memoirs] Winds of Change, 1914-1939; The Blast of War, 1939-1945; Tides of Fortune, 1945-1955; Riding the Storm, 1956-1959; Pointing the Way, 1959-1961; At the End of the Day, 1961-1963 [together with] The Middle Way.

London: Macmillan, 1938, 1966-1973. [Politics] A six-volume memoir, each being a SIGNED FIRST EDITION, accompanied by a scarce early work of political philosophy 'The Middle Way'. Seven volumes, octavo (22 x 15 x 28cm). Publisher's hardcovers in dust-wrappers. A clean, near fine collection with a little wear to jackets; the odd nick or short tear. A striking set, housed in a fleece-lined presentation slipcase. The Memoirs were all signed as a favour to a well-known Suffragette neighbour of the former Prime Minister, Margery Corbett Ashby, who has her name on the Millicent Fawcett memorial in Parliament Square. This is the complete autobiography of 'Supermac'; Britain's Prime Minister from 1957-1963. A Keynesian economist who presided over an age of affluence, financial growth and low unemployment, Macmillan famously stated that Britons 'never had it so good.'. Item #54629

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