Book Character and Style in English Politics (1969), copy 2
- Menzies Location
- Office (A11)
Printed compliments slip from 'THE SYNDICS OF THE CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS' affixed to front endpaper.
Top of page 167 turned over with a pencil line in the margin marking the sentence: 'Secondly, he [Baldwin] was, like Ernest Bevin, suspicious not only of sytlists but also of intellectuals in politics: "Intelligentsia", he said, "bears the same relationship to "intelligence" that "gent" does to "gentleman". '