David Lloyd George’s and Frances Stevenson’s connections with Surrey and Sussex.
The life and political career of Edmund Robertson, Lord Lochee of Gowrie (1845-1911).
The unusual family story of the leading Liberal statesman.
Why did the Liberals of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries care so much about the land question in general, and land value taxation in particular?
Examination of the Owenite concept of the ’social market, and how it was used as a political weapon.
Biography of Arthur Seldon (1916-2005), erstwhile Liberal and founder of the Institute for Economic Affairs.
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Analysis of the ideological struggle in the Liberal Party in the 1940s and 1950s.
Was the disastrous Liberal split of 1916 a matter of personalities or ideologies?
Biography of John Morley (1838-1923), the leading Victorian and Edwardian Liberal who could be seen as both of the left and the right.
The meaning of terms in the political spectrum of the Victorian era.
Introduction to this special issue of the Journal.
SDP strategy (Bill Rodgers); local pacts (Michael Meadowcroft).
Report of the Liberal Democrat History Group meeting, January 2005 with Professor Clive Emsley and Julian Dee.
Report of the Liberal Democrat History Group meeting at Harrogate, March 2005 with David Powell and Keith Laybourn.
Biography of Rev Roderick Kedward MP (1881-1937).
Address by Sally Hamwee at Earl Russell’s memorial service, 14 June 2005.
Berwick’s reputation for electoral corruption during the nineteenth century, and the impact of bribery on voting behaviour.
The story of a Liberal activist in Bath in the late nineteenth century, in his own words.
The record of the Liberal Party in hung parliaments in 1924, 1929-31 and 1977-78.
Liberal Democrat performance in the 2005 election.