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Edwin M. Yoder Jr.Robert Lloyd George's book about his great grandfather's friendship with Churchill is a pleasantly anecdotal account of an alliance that began when the two men collaborated on the radical "people's budget" of 1909, an early adumbration of the British welfare state. Lloyd George, the radical Welsh lawyer, and Churchill, the Duke of Marlborough's soldierly grandson, made an odd couple. But their friendship survived considerable discord over party, politics and policy.
—The Washington Post