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Tony Blair’s Memoirs

“The former English prime minister Tony Blair argues the West has become too imbued with doubt and lacking in mission.” Blair’s new memoir speaks on restoring purpose to government.

“In short, we have become too apologetic, too feeble, too inhibited, too imbued with doubt and too lacking in mission,” says former English prime minister Tony Blair in his new memoir excerpted by The Wall Street Journal. “Our way of life, our values, the things that made us great, remain not simply as a testament to us as nations but as harbingers of human progress. They are not relics of a once powerful politics; they are the living spirit of the optimistic view of human history. All we need to do is to understand that they have to be reapplied to changing circumstances, not relinquished as redundant.”


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