Author: AMIS, Kingsley
Publisher: London Conservative Political Centre, 1968
8vo., original printed wrappers. A fine copy.
A follow up to his 1967 article in The Sunday Telegraph entitled 'Why Lucky Jim turned right:confessions of an ex-radical'. The work is based on a lecture delivered at the 1967 Conservative Party Conference National Summer School held at Christ Church, Oxford and discusses modern day politics as a contemporary 'Lucky Jim' might do.
The pamphlet also includes a Question and Answer session with Kingsley Amis including the question “We are fortunate in having one of the world’s leading authorities on James Bond to address us and I would like to ask two questions on Bond; one, do you think he would have been a Conservative? And two, do you think he exercises a good influence on the youth of today?”