5 edition of The history of the Liberal Party, 1895-1970 found in the catalog.
The history of the Liberal Party, 1895-1970
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|Statement||[by] Roy Douglas. With a foreword by Jeremy Thorpe.|
|LC Classifications||JN1129.L45 D68 1971b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 331 p.|
|Number of Pages||331|
|LC Control Number||70169814|
21 Douglas, Roy, History of the Liberal Party , (Sigdwick & Jackson, ). 22 Faulkes, Stewart, ‘The Strange Death of British Liberalism: The Liberal Summer School Movement and the Making of the Yellow Book in the s’ (unpublished University of London thesis, ). The National Liberal Party, was a liberal political party in the United Kingdom from to It was created as a formal party organisation for those Liberals, led by Prime Minister David Lloyd George, who supported the Coalition Government () and subsequently a revival of the Coalition, after it ceased holding was a formal breakaway from the Liberal Party.
Downfall of the Liberal Party (London, ); Peter Clarke, Lancashire and the New Liberalism (Cambridge, ); Roy Douglas, The History of the Liberal Party, (London, ). LIDDELL HART: 12/ Military Writings: lectures, broadcasts, speeches and interviews, LIDDELL HART: 12// Jan Manuscript and published texts of a lecture to the Royal United Services Institute entitled, 'Economic pressure or continental victories', comparing World War One with other conflicts including the Napoleonic Wars, criticising the .
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ISBN: ISBN Author: Roy Douglas. The History of the Liberal Party –, by Roy Douglas (Sidgwick & Jackson ) A Short History of the Liberal Party –92, by Chris Cook (Macmillan Press ) Liberals in Schism: A History of the National Liberal Party, by David Dutton (London; I.
Tauris & Co Ltd, )Merged into: Conservative Party. 15 Jeremy Thorpe, Foreword, in Roy Douglas, History of the Liberal PartySigdwick & Jackson,p. xii. 16 Henry Pelling, Labour and the Downfall of Liberalism, ; Roy Gregory, The Miners and British Politics; Ross McKibbin, Evolution of the Labour Party,Author: Susan Finding.
According to the figures recorded in Trevor Wilson's book, The Downfall of the Liberal Party, Liberal candidates received the "coupon".
A few of these were Independent Liberals, supporters of Asquith. Of those Liberals receiving the "coupon" were elected, whereas only 29 who did not receive the "coupon" were returned to Parliament. Liberal party, in U.S. history, political party formed in in New York City by a group of anti-Communist trade unionists and liberals who withdrew from the American Labor party American Labor party, organized in New York by labor leaders and liberals inprimarily to support Franklin Delano Roosevelt's New Deal and the men favoring it in national and local elections.
9 Douglas, Roy, The History of the Liberal Party – (London, ), ch. 10 Cook, Chris, A Short History of the Liberal Party – (London, ), ch. 10 and 11 The Nineteenth Century 45 (January ): 21, Cited by: 3. More editions of The history of the Liberal Party, The history of the Liberal Party, ISBN ().
Liberal Party. Before the Liberal Party had been an uneasy coalition of Whigs and radicals. The Whigs, led by some of the richest aristocratic magnates in the land, dominated Liberal cabinets and imposed a veto on radical legislation.
The broadening of the suffrage in the boroughs in the Reform Act of strengthened the radicals and the Gladstone government. MCCALMONT'S PARLIAMENTARY POLL BOOK. BRITISH ELECTORAL RESULTS – Eighth Edition, with additional material by J. Vincent and M.
Stenton. THE HISTORY OF THE LIBERAL PARTY, – By Roy Douglas. THE USES OF TERROR—‐THE SOVIET SECRET SERVICE – By Boris Levytsky. THE ELECTRIC REVOLUTION. By R. For more details of the changes of leader in the old Liberal party see R. Douglas, The History of the Liberal Party – (London, ); Google Scholar C.
Cook, A Short History of the Liberal Party – (London, ); Google ScholarAuthor: R. Punnett. Greene, Shirley Edward. Liberal theology and human need: an essay in the survival of liberalism () Gregory, William Edgar. Remaking religious rituals () Groetsma, Frederic.
Conscience: a re-statement of its origin () Halfaker, William Leroy. The modern preacher’s use of the fourth gospel () Jackman, Lora Marguerite. ROY DOUGLAS is Emeritus Reader at the University of Surrey.
He is author of a number of historical books, including The History of the Liberal Party, and Land, People and Politics: A History of the Land Question in the United Kingdom, ; several books on 20th century diplomatic history, and on international history studied through the medium of : Hardcover.
the book, which provides many useful sidelights on events and personalities. Dr Roy Douglas is Emeritus Reader at the University of Surrey, a former Liberal parliamentary candidate, and the author of fifteen books, including The History of the Liberal Party – () and Liberals: The History of the Liberal and Liberal Democrat Parties.
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