Journal of Liberal History 121

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Liberal history news (Editorial; Michael Steed – An appreciation); Millicent Garrett Fawcett 1847–1929 – Introduction to Liberal history series; by Tony Little; Transatlantic Liberalism: Britain and the United States, 1870–1920; by Kenneth O. Morgan; Jo Grimond: An essay on power – Mark Egan introduces Jo Grimond’s article from 1970; ‘Like the early Christians in Rome’ Have Liberal Lords been so isolated and powerless?; by Matt Cole; The Strange Death of Liberal England revisited – Meeting report, with Vernon Bogdanor and Richard Toye; report by Nick Alderton; Reviews: What have the Liberals ever done for us?, reviewed by William Wallace; Campbell, Haldane: The Forgotten Statesman Who Shaped Modern Britain, reviewed by Tony Paterson; Morrison, A Micro-History of Victorian Liberal Parenting, reviewed by Ian Packer; Letters to the Editor (Michael Steed (David Steel); Uxbridge (Mick Taylor))

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