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The corridors and committee rooms of Whitehall are the setting for the ninth in the Strangers and Brothers series. They are also home to the manipulation of political power. Roger Quaife wages his ban-the-bomb campaign from his seat in the Cabinet and his office at the Ministry. The stakes are high as he employs his : C.P. Snow. It is indeed an important book.”—Sir Richard Jolly, Institute of Development Studies “From the villages of rural Madagascar to the board rooms of conservation organisations in Washington DC, Corridors of Power traces the fascinating story of conservation in . Corridors of Power is concerned with Britain's position in the thermonuclear arms race, temporizing at a time when she is still playing the game of power politics without many of the cards. Its central character is Roger Quaife, an ambitious, ascendant, adroit politician although something of ""an irregular."". Corridors of Power, by C. P. Snow (read 27 Dec ) This ninth novel in the series was, I regret to say, often a bore. It tells of Roger Quaife, who was a Minister in the Government (all fictional, of course) who takes a position that Britain must not seek nuclear power/5(5).
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