The development of global cooperation between Liberal parties.
The Liberal leader’s role as a critic of appeasement.
Lloyd George’s Queen’s Hall speech of 19 September 1914.
The impact of imperialism on democracy and liberalism in Britrain 1865-1920.
Despite the weakness of the Liberal Party in the inter-war period, Liberal ideals remained important.
Lib-Labs (Roy Douglas); Archie Macdonald (Michael Meadowcroft).
The realpolitik of Christian humanitarianism.
Introduction to the special edition of the journal on Liberals and international policy.
Interviews with Tim Razzall and Chris Rennard.
Report of Liberal Democrat History Group meeting of September 2003, with Alan Wyburn-Powell and Dr David Roberts.
Biography of Sir Arthur Herbert Dyke Acland (1847-1926).
Liberal Democrat voting in the House of Commons 1992-2003.
Biography of Sir Clement Freud, Liberal MP 1973-87.
The Liberal Party and the Risorgimento (Tony Little); Bringing about a beneficial change in the law (C. H. Pritchard).
The medium-term impact of the continuing SDP.
Liberal Party collections in the Coventry archives. London Liberal Foundation and the London Liberal Party records in the London Metropolitan Archives.
Sir Clement Freud (Lord Beaumont).
Margaret Stacey, Banbury and the decline of the Liberal Party.
Report on the Liberal Democrat History Group meeting, February 2004, with Keith Robbins and Paul Addison.
The origins of the corporate economy.