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A Nation Not Afraid, 1965-02 - 1973-10

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Reference Code: GBR/0014/POLL 1/4/2

Scope and Contents

Correspondents on this collection of JEP's essays and speeches, include: W R Page (3); Brian Batsford [Chairman of B. T. Batsford Limited, Booksellers and Publishers] on the publication and sales of the book (9); John Robarts, Prime Minister of Ontario [Canada]; David Howell, Director of the Conservative Political Centre (2); representatives of Hodder and Stoughton Limited, on the publication of the paperback edition (6); Randolph Churchill; [James] Colin Welch [Deputy Editor of the Daily Telegraph]; Donald McLachlan [Editor of the Sunday Telegraph]; Tony, [? 2nd Lord Rothermere, earlier Esmond Harmsworth, Chairman of Associated Newspapers Limited]; Ralph Harris, General Director, Institute of Economic Affairs Limited; William Rees-Mogg [Deputy Editor of the Sunday Times]; Sir William Haley [Editor of the Times]; Nigel Lawson; [John] Clement Jones, Editor and Director of the Wolverhampton Express and Star; [Charles] Kenneth Young.

Also includes: publisher's agreements; royalty statements; typescript of JEP's foreword; cuttings of reviews, including reviews by Douglas Hague, Professor of Applied Economics, University of Manchester, David Marquand, Donald McLachlan, Iain Macleod, Lord Lambton and William Rees-Mogg.

Dates

  • 1965-02 - 1973-10

Conditions Governing Access

Some individual files have been closed under the 30-year rule, or where they contain sensitive information on living people. Please see individual files for details.

Extent

1 file(s)

Language of Materials

English

Former / Other Reference

File 236

Finding aid date

2002-05-08 10:26:03+00:00

Repository Details

Part of the Churchill Archives Centre Repository

Contact:
Churchill Archives Centre
Churchill College
Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB3 0DS United Kingdom
+44 (0)1223 336087

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