Comprehensive and a real page turner. Beckett gives too much irrelevant padding out on occasion but it's rivetting mostly.Published 6 months ago by Andygof
I had lived through those times so it was particularly interesting to read about what actually was going on! thoroughly recommend it.Published 8 months ago by Anne Rogers
utterly well researched. an excellent document of a turbulent decade. no discernible bias or personal vituperative agendas detected. worth every pennyPublished 8 months ago by rm
This was an excellent review of the 70's. It illustrated all the major events that one remembers, and many of the ones that you don't plus some of the events and organisations that... Read morePublished 9 months ago by bibliophile
Totally brilliant book: history from the inside, with revealing interviews with many of the key players of the decade. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Martin Milnes
Probably the worst book I have ever read.
His recent article on the north east of england sums this bloke up. Read more
Was it only forty years ago when we were ruled by The Brothers in the Trade Unions building a Utopia in the dark with the rubbish mountingPublished 14 months ago by Peter Brown