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SUSAN J. BALL. 2005. Banquo's Ghost: Lord Salisbury, Harold Macmillan and the High Politics of Decolonization. Twentieth-Century British History 16.1. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 47.26%
PAUL KELLEMAN. 2006. Modernising Colonialism: The British Labour Movement and Africa. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 34.2. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 38.4%
ALEX MAY. 2001. €œEmpire Loyalists and ‘Commonwealth men’: the Round Table and the end of Empire. In British Culture and the End of Empire. (STUART WARD (series Ed.): Studies in Empire). Manchester: Manchester University Press 978-0-7190-6048-9. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 36.29%
KENNETH MORGAN. 1999. Imperialists at bay: the British Labour Party and decolonization. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 27.2. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 34.18%
PHILIP MURPHY. 1995. Party Politics and Decolonization: The Conservative Party and British Colonial Policy in Tropical Africa 1951-1964. (, Oxford Historical Monographs). Oxford: Clarendon Press No. pages: 272. 0-19-820505-8. Last edited by: sashi  v    Pop. 28.69%
RITCHIE OVENDALE. 1995. Macmillan and the wind of change in Africa, 1957-1960. Historical Journal 38.2. 455–477. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 33.33%
NICHOLAS OWEN. 1996. €œDecolonisation and post-war Consensus. In The Myth of Consensus: New Views on British History, 1945-1964. (HARRIET JONES & MICHAEL KANDIAH (series Ed.)). Basingstoke: Macmillan 0-333-65073-5. Last edited by: sashi  v    Pop. 33.33%
JOHN W. YOUNG. 2004. The Labour Governments, 1964-1970: International Policy. 3 Vols. (2). Manchester: Manchester University Press No. pages: xiii, 241. 0-7190-4365-4. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 30.8%
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