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The Burden of Power is the fourth volume of Alastair Campbell's diaries and perhaps the most eagerly awaited given the ground it coversIt begins on Septembera day which immediately wrote itself into the history books and it ends on the day Campbell leaves Downing Street In between there are two wars first Afghanistan and then even controversially Ira It was the most difficul It s hard to know where to start with reviewing this book For a political junkie like me Campbell s account of an important period in politics is fascinating and revealing The book cove

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The Burden of Power

T decision of Tony Blair's The Burden PDFEPUBpremiership and almost certainly the most unpopular Campbell describes in detail the discussions with President Bush and other world leaders as the steps to war are taken and delivers a uniue account of Blair as war leader He records the enormous political difficulties at home and the sense of crisis that engulfed the government a I ve enjoyed reading this seuence of 4 diaries covering the period Alastair Campbell was at the side of Tony Blair He does for New Labour what the Tony Benn diaries did for Old Labour

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Fter the suicide of weapons inspector David KellyAnd all the while Blair continues to struggle with two issues that ran throughout his time in government fighting for peace in Northern Ireland and trying to make peace with Gordon Brown And Campbell continues to struggle balancing the needs of his family with one of the most pressurised roles in politicsRiveting and revelator I just can t get enough of the Alistair Campbell diaries The insight they provide into the politics of government the media attempts to bring them down and his own personal struggles an


5 thoughts on “The Burden of Power

  1. says:

    It's hard to know where to start with reviewing this book For a political junkie like me Campbell's account of an important period in politics is fascinating and revealing The book covers the immediate aftermath of the 911 attacks the

  2. says:

    I've enjoyed reading this seuence of 4 diaries covering the period Alastair Campbell was at the side of Tony Blair He does for New Labour what the Tony Benn diaries did for 'Old' Labourbut out of the two these have been entertaining not least because of the insight into the 'TBGBs'it has to be said that the bi

  3. says:

    I just can't get enough of the Alistair Campbell diaries The insight they provide into the politics of government the media

  4. says:

    This final diary is as good as tho there's It gives a uniue insight into how the centre of government functioned during a particularly interesting point in history Learn how a small group of committed brilliant and flawed people can make a di

  5. says:

    Didn't finish it Too heavy

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