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eBook Tony Blair: The Man Behind the Smile ePub

by Leo Abse

  • ISBN: 1861053649
  • Category: Historical
  • Subcategory: Biography
  • Author: Leo Abse
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Robson Book Ltd; 2nd edition (March 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 252
  • ePub book: 1531 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1994 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
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Tony Blair, the Man Who Lost His Smile. Leo Abse, MP for Pontypool (1958-87), lawyer and social reformer, has placed more legislation on the statute book than any other backbencher in this century.

Tony Blair, the Man Who Lost His Smile.

Leo Abse, now in his late 80's, is a retired Labour member of. .

Leo Abse, now in his late 80's, is a retired Labour member of parliament from the mining community of South Wales. He is the author of a similar study of Margaret Thatcher, but what I had mainly remembered about him was the story of a meeting he addressed in his own locality at which the chairman referred to him as & Abs'.

In The Man behind the Smile: Tony Blair and the Politics of Perversion (1996), Abse highlighted some of the aspects of Tony Blair that were later to.Tony Blair: The Man who Lost his Smile (Robson Books, London, 2003)

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In The Man Behind the Smile: Tony Blair and the Politics of Perversion, he rightly focuses . In her book Mental Handicap and the Human Condition, Sinason has theorised about what she has termed the "handicapped smile", an anxious, studied.

In The Man Behind the Smile: Tony Blair and the Politics of Perversion, he rightly focuses on Blair's marked desire - one might even say compulsion - to avoid conflict at all costs, which Abse interprets as an "almost pathological fear of offending". When Tony Blair was a boy, his father, Leo, suffered a debilitating stroke which ended his career as an aspiring parliamentarian, destined perhaps to be the next Conservative MP for Hexham. In her book Mental Handicap and the Human Condition, Sinason has theorised about what she has termed the "handicapped smile", an anxious, studied grin employed as a defence against unhappiness.

Tony Blair: The Man behind the Smile by Leo Abse (Robson £. 9): psychological portrait.

Now even the Labour-supporting New Statesman speculates about Mr Blair's soundness of mind.

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Man Behind the Smile Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Man Behind the Smile from your list? Man Behind the Smile. Published April 1997 by Robson Book Ltd. Biography, Labour Party (Great Britain), Politics and government, Prime ministers.

Leo Abse - who was a Labour MP - said that Mr Thomas, who became Lord Tonypandy after his elevation to the Lords, had been "reduced to jelly" by people trying to blackmail him. In his book Tony Blair: The Man Behind the Smile, Mr Abse described how Lord Tonypandy, who died i. In his book Tony Blair: The Man Behind the Smile, Mr Abse described how Lord Tonypandy, who died in 1997, paid cash to keep his gay lifestyle secret. Threats to expose him came at a time when homosexuality was still a criminal offence.

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