Cledwyn Hughes (1916-2001): A Biography of a Welsh Christian Socialist - softcover

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From the author's Introduction:
"If any politician deserves a full biography, that person is Cledwyn Hughes, an enormously influential figure in Britain in the second half of the twentieth century."

Table of Contents

Foreword, by Vaughan Hughes
Preface
Introduction
Chapter
1 His Roots in Holyhead
2 University College of Wales Aberystwyth 1934-1937
3 His Political Apprenticeship
4 Cledwyn Hughes and Parliament for Wales in the 1950's
5 Anglesey's Member of Parliament (1951-1966)
6 Minister for Commonwealth Affairs (1964-1966)
7 Secretary of State for Wales (1966-1968)
8 Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1968-1970)
9 Cledwyn Hughes and the Royal Family
10 Suffering for his European convictions (1970-1974)
11 Not in the Cabinet, but as important as the Prime Minister (1974-1979)
12 The Influence of Lord Cledwyn in Wales and the House of Lords (1979-1990)
13 On the Back Benches (1993-2001)
14 Cledwyn and Gwynfor
15 The Politician as a Preacher
16 An evaluation of Cledwyn
Bibliography
Index

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