Perhaps the most eminent Victorians, a master alike of par liamentary debate and public oratory, and regarded as the greatest Christian statesman of his day, William Ewart Glade stone (1809-1898) governed Britain at a time when the country stood at the apex of world affairs. In this book historian David Bebbigton presents a superb, balanced portrait of Gladestone - his character, his convictions, his actions, his legacy.
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