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Who Dares Wins
- Britain, 1979-1982
- By: Dominic Sandbrook
- Narrated by: Dominic Sandbrook
- Length: 42 hrs and 28 mins
The early 1980s were the most dramatic, colourful and controversial in our modern history. Margaret Thatcher had come to power with a daring plan to reverse Britain's decline into shabbiness and chaos. But as factories closed their doors, dole queues lengthened and the inner cities exploded in flames, would her harsh medicine rescue the Sick Man of Europe - or kill it off? Evocative, surprising and gloriously entertaining, Dominic Sandbrook's new book recreates the great turning point in Britain's modern history.
- By cathy smith on 13-10-19
2/3 of the book is missing
Love Mr. Sandbrook and was eagerly awaiting this book, alas Audible (depsite advertising the recording as 'complete and
unabridged') have managed to somehow only upload 1/3 of the book, with the narrative stopping somewhere around 1981. Hopefully they'll rectify it soon but in the meantime, don't bother.
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