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  • The Man Who Should Be Prime minister

    The second book of Alan Johnson 's autobiography, it is a fascinating story of his life as a postman and later as a union official. A man who is as decent as you can get. This shows through in his writing's, a man who if this was a fair world should now be leading this country.

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  • Historical perspective.

    I enjoyed Alan Johnson's insight to his years at the post office as it took me back to the sixties, seventies and eighties. I was born on 1959 so his insight in to the union strikes of the seventies and eighties reminded me of the events that I lived through.

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  • A trip down memory lane

    Having been a 1960's postal employee myself this book took me back to those early days. I especially rember the srike ! Great job poor pay especially as I was uder 25 ! Alan Johnson tells it with great passion for the Post Office , once I started reading I couldn't put it down. Happy days .

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