Reviews

  • It would be hard to do better than MacArthur's selection, which is a tribute to the breadth of his knowledge

    The Times
  • Time and again, MacArthur satisfies the reader's expectations. They are all here: Lloyd George's fit country for heroes, Woodrow Wilson's world made safe for democracy, Enoch Powell's River Tiber foaming with much blood. Those who hate the sound of public men may still find it hard to listen to MacArthur's voices and not be moved

    The Times Literary Supplement