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Author: Alan Sykes
ISBN: 0582060575
Subcategory: Humanities
Pages 324 pages
Publisher Routledge; 1 edition (November 2, 1997)
Language English
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by Alan Sykes


Here is the first book to cover the history of British Liberalism from its founding doctrines in the later eighteenth century to the final dissolution of the Liberal party into the Liberal Democrats in 1988.

Here is the first book to cover the history of British Liberalism from its founding doctrines in the later eighteenth century to the final dissolution of the Liberal party into the Liberal Democrats in 1988. The Party dominated British politics for much of the later nineteenth-century, most notably under Gladstone, whose premierships spanned 1868-1894, and during the early twentieth, but after the resignation of Lloyd George in 1922 the Liberal Party never held office again

This work covers the history of British Liberalism from the first flourishing of the doctrine in the later 18th-century, to the final dissolution of the Liberal party, to the Liberal Democrats in 1988.

Alan Sykes25 września 2014. Here is the first book to cover the history of British Liberalism from its founding doctrines in the later eighteenth century to the final dissolution of the Liberal party into the Liberal Democrats in 1988. The Party dominated British politics for much of the later nineteenth-century, most notably under Gladstone, whose premierships spanned 1868-1894, and during the early twentieth, but after the resignation of Lloyd George in 1922 the Liberal Party never held office again.

Authors: Sykes, Alan. The Rise and Fall of British Liberalism. This work covers the history of British Liberalism from the first flourishing of the doctrine in the later 18th-century, to the final dissolution of the Liberal party, to the Liberal Democrats in 1988. Title: The Rise and Fall of British Liberalism. Read full description. See details and exclusions.

Alan Sykes' new contribution to the long historiography of British .

Alan Sykes' new contribution to the long historiography of British Liberalism brings a new spin to the familiar story of liberalism's successful nineteenth-century crusade and its twentieth-century demise. Firstly, he endeavors to write the history of liberalism as an ideology rather than a history of the Liberal Party as others have done. Although the book substitutes a short guide to further reading for an extended bibliography, the notes provide a useful path through the academic debates on major aspects of interpretation.

Liberalism, the belief in freedom and human rights, is historically . This was to begin a long tradition of British radicalism. French Enlightenment.

Liberalism, the belief in freedom and human rights, is historically associated with thinkers such as John Locke and Montesquieu.

The history of the Liberal Party during the second half of the nineteenth century might have been a great deal simpler if W. E. Gladstone . Cite this chapter as: Jenkins . 1994) The Rise and Fall of Gladstonian Liberalism. In: The Liberal Ascendancy, 1830–1886. British Studies Series. Gladstone had been born a Liberal.

Here is the first book to cover the history of British Liberalism from its founding doctrines in the later eighteenth century to the final dissolution of the Liberal party into the Liberal Democrats in 1988. The Party dominated British politics for much of the later nineteenth-century, most notably under Gladstone, whose premierships spanned 1868-1894, and during the early twentieth, but after the resignation of Lloyd George in 1922 the Liberal Party never held office again. The decline of the Party remains a unique phenomenon in British politics and Alan Sykes illuminates its dramatic and peculiar circumstances in this comprehensive study.