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!!> Reading ➺ Who Runs This Place?: Anatomy of Britain Revisited ➲ Author Anthony Sampson – Viagraonl1ne.us

Who Runs This Place?: Anatomy of Britain RevisitedAnthony Sampson Has Spent 40 Years Dissecting The Power Structure, With Unique Access To People At The Top, To Produce His Best Selling Anatomies Of Britain Now In This Intensely Topical Book, He Surveys A Much Troubled Scene With Anger And Impatience He Looks At The Whole Panoply Of Power, From An Embattled Number Ten To The Murky Intelligence Spooks, From Corporate Boardrooms To Banks And Pension Funds Who Runs This Placeis Written Not Just For Those Inside The Westminster Bubble It Is Addressed In Fresh And Vivid Terms To Those Who Need To Understand The Institutions And Careers They Are Choosing, And The Bosses Who Will Influence Their Whole Future And It Comes At A Time When The British People Are Clamoring To Comprehend The Secretive Groups That Pull The Levers, Behind The Facades.

!!> Reading ➺ Who Runs This Place?: Anatomy of Britain Revisited ➲ Author Anthony Sampson – Viagraonl1ne.us
  • Paperback
  • 432 pages
  • Who Runs This Place?: Anatomy of Britain Revisited
  • Anthony Sampson
  • English
  • 06 September 2018
  • 9780719565663

    10 thoughts on “!!> Reading ➺ Who Runs This Place?: Anatomy of Britain Revisited ➲ Author Anthony Sampson – Viagraonl1ne.us


  1. says:

    Only read a few chapters that were of interest to ,r.Very well researched and well written.Will try to read the other chapters but there are so many other books want to read.


  2. says:

    After a reasonably promising start, I was a bit disappointed with this book I was drawn to it by Anthony Sampson s fine reputation but it didn t quite stack up that way, at least until the final chapter.My first reason for disappointment is altogether a shortcoming on my own part, and is no reflection on Sampson It is, quite simply, that he died as long ago as 2004 I didn t know I had allowed myself to be swayed in part by the blurb on the cover Cutting Edge Andrew Marr Well, I m not sure which edge he found so cutting, but its time has surely passed to a degree.I m not sure it was ever there anyway On reflection, the book comes across as an update of earlier analyses of contemporary Britain, incisive when they was first written, but which did not somehow survive the attempt to update That may or may not be fair but that s how it feels.In the early chapters it does indeed come across like an analysis of contemporary politics, and one s only regret therefore is that the last ten years have...


  3. says:

    To be honest, I didn t read this book all the way through I didn t read the last fifty pages or so because I read this book for an exam and didn t have time to finish it before the exam day It was not bad as far as course books go, but I still didn t feel like finishing it on my free time This book is a pretty good guide to politics in Britain It doesn t only cover the actual government and the political parties, but Sampson also comments on, how people such as academics, big business owners and bankers use power in Britain I had little knowledge of British politics when I started this book, but I was able to understand everything quite well Therefore, I dare say it s easy to follow What I did not necessarily like was all that trivial information about the politicians, business CEOs and other people the book discussed While I admit that learning about the hobbies and interests of all those people made the book interesting to read, that was, of course, all I remembered in...


  4. says:

    I read this a few years ago, and much of Anthony Sampson s critique of unwelcome developments in Britain s economic and political structures seems particularly relevant in the light of the events that have...


  5. says:

    a sobering and well researched look at the roots and branches of power in British society I would be interested to see how much the weight of power has shifted in the last 10 years or so, with and going to the banking elites and away from everyday people.


  6. says:

    The Entreprise spirit, the will, History background check of England A must read for all fans of politics who want to know about the real anatomy of Britain in the 21st Century.


  7. says:

    Soberly fascinating in its well researchedness.

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