Journal of Liberal Democrat History 28
How did the Liberal Party come to adopt a strategy of community politics in 1970? This article traces the origins of the concept from the New, or Social, Liberalism of Thomas Hill Green, through Jo Grimond’s leadership of the Liberal Party, to the counter-culture of the 1960s.
Assessment of the arguments over progressive unity in the 1930s, and Liberal and Labour responses.
The maverick career of the radical Liberal MP, Tom Horabin (1896-1956).
Report of LDHG meeting of March 2000 on Liberalism in western England, with Michael Steed and Malcolm Brown.
Report of LDHG meeting of July 2000 on Liberalism and the Boer War, with Denis Judd and Jacqueline Beaumont. Chair, Menzies Campbell MP.
Review of Bill Rodgers, Fourth Among Equals (Politico's Publishing, 2000).
Review of Roland Hill, Lord Acton (Yale University Press, 2000).
Review of Graham Stewart, Burying Caesar: Churchill, Chamberlain and the Battle for the Tory Party (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1999).
Review of Victor Feske, From Belloc to Churchill: Private scholars, public culture and the crisis of British Liberalism, 1900-1939 (University of North Carolina Press, 1996).
Review of John Charmley, Splendid Isolation? Britain and the Balance of Power 1874-1914 (Hodder & Stoughton, 1999).