Conservatism and collectivism, 1886-1914

  • 222 Pages
  • 2.24 MB
  • English
Edinburgh University Press , Edinburgh
Conservatism -- Great Britain -- History, Collectivism -- Great Britain -- History, Liberalism -- Great Britain -- History, Socialism -- Great Britain -- History, Political parties -- Great Britain -- Hi
StatementMatthew Fforde.
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 222 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23783363M
ISBN 10074860152

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Abstract. This book examines all the major fields of activity of the –15 Liberal governments. Rather than looking again at the series of debates about whether this period witnessed the onset of the ‘decline of Liberalism’, it seeks to understand the governments’ actions by analysing their relationship to definitions of Liberalism.

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Lord Salisbury (–) is now a subject of intense historical attention. This important study moves away from conventional biography and presents an original portrait of the mental world inhabited by late Victorian Conservatives at the time when their world-view was coming under severe strain.

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Haltry, A. First of all, we owe a comprehensive reconstruction of this period to Angelo Del Boca, whose work has marked a remarkable advance in relation to the general text by Raffaele Ciasca (of ), and in relation to the even more abbreviated book by Jean-Louis Miege ().8 In the second half of the s, in addition to studies more strictly.1 2 Jose Harris, ‘The Transition to High Politics in English Social Policy, ’, in Michael Bentley and John Stevenson (eds.), High and Low Politics in Modern Britain: Ten Studies (Oxford, ), pp.

; Matthew Fforde, Conservatism and Collectivism, (Edinburgh, ); Jose Harris, ‘Political Thought and the Welfare /5(3).His book will therefore be required reading for all those interested in British political ideas.

m i c h a e l b e n t l e y is Professor of Modern History at the University of St Andrews. His many publications include Politics without Democracy, ± (second edn, ) in the Fontana History of England.