Why Was There A Liberal Government In Britain From 1905 Until The First World War And Why Was The Liberal Party Replaced By The Labour Party So Shortly Afterwards These Are The Kinds Of Problems Which Dr Clarke Examines In His Study Of The Liberal Revival In Lancashire The Vote In North West England Was Largely Responsible For Bringing The Liberal Government Into Power And For Maintaining Its Position, But It Also Produced Almost Half The New Labour MP S In 1906 Thus Any Satisfactory Interpretation Of Electoral History In The Early Twentieth Century Must Account For What Happened In Lancashire This Book Calls Into Question Many Of The Conventional Assumptions About British Politics In The Late Nineteenth And Early Twentieth Centuries.
- 488 pages
- Lancashire and the New Liberalism
- P.F. Clarke
- 07 February 2019 P.F. Clarke