Journal of Liberal History 113

Cover of Journal of Liberal History 113

In this issue: The Black Book and the reform of public life in early nineteenth-century Britain (Ian Cawood); Lloyd George and the Versailles Treaty (Alistair Lexden); A Liberal for All Seasons? (David Dutton); meeting report – Liberalism in the United States (Neil Stockley); review of Dunt, How to be a Liberal (Michael Steed); review of Dale and Smith (eds.), The Honourable Ladies, Vol. 2 (Caron Lindsay); review of Hobbs, A Fleet Street in Every Town (Rachel Matthews)

Available from the Liberal History Shop

Download available only for subscribers.