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Title:You Can't Say That: Memoirs
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Author:Ken Livingstone
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Category:Non fiction, Politics, Autobiography, Biography, History, Memoir

You Can't Say That: Memoirs by Ken Livingstone

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC You Can't Say That: Memoirs A frank gripping and moving and controversial autobiography from one of the most idiosyncratic and effective politicians of the last fifty years His political convictions his distance from New Labour and his direct plain speaking style and personality have allowed him to survive longer than any of his contemporaries as a man of principle and influence From his eccentric South London working class childhood to running one of the biggest cities in the world Livingstone is one of the very few politicians to have scored a major victory over the Thatcher Government and has championed issues as diverse as the environment gay rights and anti racism Written in Livingstone s unmistakable voice by turns angrily sincere about social justice wickedly droll and gossipy and surprisingly wistful about people he has known and loved this is a hugely important and remarkable book from one of the very few respected politicians at work today

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