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Napoleon: A Life by Paul JohnsonFrom New York Times bestselling author Paul Johnson, “a very readable and entertaining biography” (The Washington Post) about one of the most important figures in modern European history: Napoleon Bonaparte
In an ideal pairing of author and subject, the magisterial historian Paul Johnson offers a vivid look at the life of the strategist, general, and dictator who conquered much of Europe. Following Napoleon from the barren island of Corsica to his early training in Paris, from his meteoric victories and military dictatorship to his exile and death, Johnson examines the origins of his ferocious ambition. In Napoleons quest for power, Johnson sees a realist unfettered by patriotism or ideology. And he recognizes Bonaparte’s violent legacy in the totalitarian regimes of the twentieth century. Napoleon is a magnificent work that bears witness to one individuals ability to work his will on history.
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Johnson has published and broadcast extensively on the economics of public policy, with a particular focus on income distribution, public finances, pensions, tax, social security, education and climate change. This forum — the sixth annual SAGE Publishing Lecture presented by the Campaign for Social Science — saw him leaven his generally dour assessments with his own ample humor and an occasional ray of sunlight. Slides from his talk can be downloaded HERE. The political uncertainty we currently face is obvious. From the result of the Brexit referendum to the election of Jeremy Corbyn to lead the Labour party and the result of the last election expectations have been consistently upset. It is unlikely to be a coincidence that these follow a set of economic changes which are historically unprecedented.
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