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Although the UK was one of the winners of the Second World War, the abrupt aftermath was one of unembellished hardship. More than 4 million houses had been devastated and for the first time since the 18th century, the United Kingdom converted a debtor country. Energy deficiencies, gas limiting and scarce nutrition and accommodation and unemployment touching 2.3 million, all added to the nation's complications. But leaders arose and the country ascended again. Western Cycles: United Kingdom describes all the governments that followed the end of the Second World War to the present, analyzing the economic characteristics of each period and the challenges faced in the nation. How Clement Attlee created the welfare state? How Winston Churchill faced the Malayan Emergency? How Anthony Eden responded to the Suez crisis? How Harold Macmillan managed to turn the country into nuclear power? What would make Alec Douglas-Home in just one year in office? What social changes were made during the administrations of Harold Wilson? How Edward Heath dealt with unions? What meant the Winter of Discontent for James Callaghan? Why Margaret Thatcher is admired and hated at the same time? Why John Major legalized lottery? What was the political cost of the Iraq War for Tony Blair? How Gordon Brown responded to the Great Recession? Have austerity measures of David Cameron working correctly? The answers are in Western Cycles: United Kingdom.

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    • Ano de Edição: 2016
    • Ano:  2016
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001121273999
    • ISBN:  9781370675906

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