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    They're Prime Ministers. But not as we know them.

    Once called 'the most intellectual parlour game around', alternate history doesn't have to be about Nazi zeppelins and steampunk empires. In this dry and witty re-imagining of post-war British politics, the authors take turns to place a familiar Prime Minister in an unfamiliar environment. James Callaghan, the darling of post-war prosperity and Britain's first 'television PM', Anthony Eden, the hero who won the Second World War? To say nothing of the place in the history books held by Margaret Thatcher?

    A self-styled 'bit of fun', Shuffling The Deck is nevertheless a must-read for alternate historians interested in whether circumstance is more important than 'great man theory' would have us believe.

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