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Books written by Peter Hain are listed below

(sources: Wikipedia and other )

  • Don't Play with Apartheid: Background to the Stop the Seventy Tour Campaign by Peter Hain, 1971, Allen & UnwinISBN 978-0043010310
  • Radical Liberalism and Youth Politics by Peter Hain, 1973, Liberal Publications Department ISBN 0-900520-36-1
  • Radical Regeneration by Peter Hain, 1975, Quartet Books ISBN 0-7043-1231-X
  • Community Politics Edited by Peter Hain, 1976, Calder Publications Ltd ISBN 0-7145-3543-5
  • Mistaken Identity: The Wrong Face of the Law by Peter Hain, 1976, Quartet Books ISBN 0-7043-3116-0
  • Radicals and Socialism by Peter Hain and Simon Hebditch, 1978, Institute for Workers' Control ISBN 0-901740-55-1
  • Policing the Police Edited by Peter Hain, 1979, J Calder ISBN 0-7145-3624-5
  • Debate of the Decade: The Crisis and Future of the Left edited by Peter Hain, 1980, Pluto Press ISBN 0-86104-313-8
  • Neighbourhood Participation by Peter Hain, 1980, M. T. Smith ISBN 0-85117-198-2
  • Policing the Police Edited by Peter Hain, 1980, J Calder ISBN 0-7145-3796-9
  • Reviving the Labour Party by Peter Hain, 1980, Institute for Workers' Control ISBN 0-901740-69-1
  • The Democratic Alternative: A Socialist Response to Britain's Crisis by Peter Hain, 1983, Penguin Books Ltd ISBN 0-14-006955-0
  • Political Trials in Britain by Peter Hain, 1985, Penguin Books Ltd ISBN 0-14-007935-1
  • Political Strikes: The State and Trade Unionism in Britain by Peter Hain, 1986, Penguin Books Ltd ISBN 0-14-007962-9
  • Proportional Misrepresentation by Peter Hain, 1986, Gower Publishing Ltd ISBN 0-7045-0526-6
  • A Putney Plot? by Peter Hain, 1987, Spokesman Books ISBN 0-85124-481-5
  • Ayes to the Left by Peter Hain, 1995, Lawrence & Wishart Ltd ISBN 0-85315-832-0
  • The Peking Connection by Peter Hain, 1995, Lawrence & Wishart Ltd ISBN 0-85315-823-1
  • Sing the Beloved Country: Struggle for the New South Africa by Peter Hain, 1996, Pluto Press ISBN 0-7453-0997-6
  • The End of Foreign Policy? by Robin Cook and Peter Hain, 2001, Royal Institute of International Affairs ISBN 1-86203-131-2
  • New Designs for Europe by Katinkya Barysch, Steven Everts, Heather Grabbe et al., introduction by Peter Hain, 2002, Centre for European Reform ISBN 1-901229-35-1
  • The Future Party by Peter Hain and Ian McCartney, 2004, Catalyst Press ISBN 1-904508-10-3
  • Mandela Publisher: Spruce Published: 2010 ISBN13: 9781846013140

  • Outside in (autobiography), Biteback (23 January 2012), ISBN 978-1-84954-118-3
  • Ad and Wal: Values, duty, sacrifice in apartheid South Africa by Peter Hain (7 Jan 2014), ISBN-13: 978-1849546430

  • The Future of Labour and Britain - this is a hardback book that according to Amazon and Waterstone's was due to have been published on 1 May 2014. The book does not yet seem to have been released.

The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a unique[1][2] numeric commercial book identifier based upon the 9-digit Standard Book Numbering(SBNcode created by Gordon Foster, Emeritus Professor of Statistics at Trinity College, Dublin,[3] for the booksellers and stationers WHSmith and others in 1965.[4]


BOOK REVIEWS

Ad and Wal

http://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/mar/02/ad-and-wal-review-peter-hain-anti-apartheid

http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/reviews/ad-and-wal-by-peter-hain-book-review-9064199.html

Outside In

http://www.clickonwales.org/2012/04/the-man-who-came-to-neath/

http://www.theguardian.com/books/2012/feb/12/digested-read-outside-in

Mandela

It was difficult to source good, independent reviews of Peter Hain's book "Mandela" but a link is provided to a recent article by Will Self regarding the iconisation of Nelson Mandela.

http://will-self.com/2013/08/15/the-madness-of-crowds-the-iconisation-of-nelson-mandela/

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