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Pharand is the director of the Disraeli Project at Queen's University. Hawman, Mary S. Millar, Sandra den Otter, and M. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press, This book is volume nine of a projected eighteen in the monumental series Benjamin Disraeli Letters, which began publication in It may be the most important volume so far, covering Disraeli's achievements as chancellor of the exchequer in the third and longest-lived Tory government since and ending a few weeks before he ascended that famous "greasy pole" as prime minister, replacing the ailing Earl of Derby.
For political historians, it details the struggle, in and out of cabinet, over the Reform Act.
With volume nine, Michel Pharand takes over as principal editor of the series and director of the Disraeli Project, succeeding the eminent Mel Wiebe, former project director and general editor of the preceding eight volumes.
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