Book Discussion with Simon Jenkins
Peter Slen interviewed Simon Jenkins in London about English politics, history, journalism, and architecture. Simon Jenkins is the author… read more
Peter Slen interviewed Simon Jenkins in London about English politics, history, journalism, and architecture.
Simon Jenkins is the author of more than a dozen non-fiction books, including: Education and Labour’s Axe; Here to Live: Study of Race Relations in an English Town; Landlords to London: Story of a Capital and Its Growth; Newspapers: The Power and the Money; Newspapers Through the Looking-Glass; Imperial Skirmishes: War And Gunboat Diplomacy In Latin America; With Respect, Ambassador: Enquiry into the Foreign Office; The Market for Glory: Fleet Street Ownership in the Twentieth Century; The Selling of Mary Davies and Other Writings; Battle for the Falklands (w/ Sir Max Hastings); Against the Grain; Accountable to None: Tory Nationalization of Britain; England’s Thousand Best Churches; England’s Thousand Best Houses; Thatcher & Sons - A Revolution in Three Acts; and A Short History of England. close
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