In the early twentieth century, longstanding social mores in England began to shift rapidly, with centuries-long institutions and belief systems beginning to fall by the wayside. Anthony Hope's Second String conveys the tumult of the era through a tale of two politicians—one with aristocratic roots, one a salt-of-the-earth populist—and their respective career arcs.
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