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The Power of Politicians
by Tessa Jowell and Frances D’Souza
edited by Claire Foster-Gilbert
Haus Publishing, 2018
eISBN: 978-1-912208-08-1 | Paper: 978-1-912208-07-4
Library of Congress Classification JN238.D76 2018
Dewey Decimal Classification 324.09410905

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
The Power of Politicians takes readers inside the workings of Parliament via an autobiographical account of Tessa Jowell’s own experience of entering politics as an MP. Jowell offers fascinating insights into the workings of Parliament and sheds light on the successful pathways for developing policy into final legislation. The details of the inner workings of politics are interwoven with a powerful personal narrative, as Jowell offers a firsthand account of the role of women in contemporary political life.

With former Lord Speaker Frances D’Souza serving as Jowell’s interlocutor, this book provides a passionate and inspiring interpretation on moral duty. Ultimately, The Power of Politicians offers not just a case study of the life and everyday work of a politician, but also attends to deeper questions about what is demanded from the political class. The overall result is a nothing less than a master class in how to be a good politician.

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