The Rise of Enoch Powell: An Examination of Enoch Powell's Attitude to Immigration and Race

By: Foot, Paul

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The Rise of Enoch Powell: An Examination of Enoch Powell's Attitude to Immigration and Race by Foot, Paul
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London: Cornmarket Press, 1969. 300 g; 144 pages, in original hardcover binding with gilt titling. There is a red mark on the upper part of the front edge of the text block, and what would appear to be a water stain causing some discolouration of the rear panel of the book. The dust jacket shows water damage to the top edge of the rear panel, has a 0.5 inch tear in the middle of the rear panel/spine crease, and the protective laminate that the publisher used on the dust jacket has lifted/bubbled right-hand and left-hand sides of the rear panel, and left-hand side of the front panel. The front fold over flap has been increased. In this book Paul Foot has examined in the attitudes of Enoch Powell regarding every aspect of race and Empire in an attempt to discover just how and why the man who, in 1964, said: "I have set and always will set my face like Flynt against making any difference between one citizen of this country and another on the grounds of his origin". Could, in 1968, say: "the West Indian or Asian does not by being born in England become an Englishman. In law he becomes a United Kingdom citizen by birth; in fact, he is a West Indian or Asian still". -- front fold over blurb. First Edition. Hardcover. Good/Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. politics -- Analysis.

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