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Revered British historian and journalist Paul Johnson packs decades of wisdom and research into this 192-page biography of the supremely enigmatic Winston Churchill (1874-1965). In the book, Johnson defends his claim that Churchill's extraordinary adaptability and readiness for controversy enabled him to rebound from political setbacks and confront new challenges. A provocative, illuminating, brilliantly concise life by the acclaimed author of Modern Times. Admiring reviews in hardcover; now in paperback.