Neville Chamberlain — A Family Affair

  • Dick Leonard


Many leading politicians come from political families which largely shape the course of their own political careers. Yet few have been so dominated, first by the presence, and then by the memory, of his remarkable father as Neville Chamberlain.


Prime Minister Coalition Government Young Sister Political Career Tariff Reform 
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