Head of State (born 6-May-1953)
SUBJECT OF BOOKS
Olugbenga Chris Ayeni. A Comparative Study of the Political Communication Styles of Bill Clinton and Tony Blair. Edwin Mellen Press. 2005. 192pp.
Francis Beckett; David Hencke. The Blairs and Their Court. London: Aurum Press. 2004.
Jim Claven. The Centre Is Mine: Tony Blair, New Labour and the Future of Electoral Politics. Pluto Press. 2000. 234pp.
James Naughtie. The Accidental American: Tony Blair and the Presidency. London: Macmillan London. 2004. 272pp.
James Naughtie. The Rivals: The Intimate Story of a Political Marriage. Fourth Estate. 2001. 346pp. The interplay between Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.
John Rentoul. Tony Blair. London: Time Warner Books. 2001. 625pp.
Anthony Seldon. Blair. London: Free Press. 2004. 755pp.
Jon Sopel. Tony Blair: The Moderniser. London: Michael Joseph. 1995. 308pp.
- Tony Blair Has Used His Connections to Change the World, and to Get Rich
by Danny Hakim. The New York Times, 5-Aug-2014.
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- Britannica Almanac 2006 (p.56)
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