Journal of Liberal History 38
Appreciation of the life of Roy Jenkins (Lord Jenkins of Hillhead), who died on 5 January 2003.
The last major interview given by Roy Jenkins, in November 2002.
From Gladstone to young Churchill, Asquith and Lloyd George – is Blair their heir? The fourth annual Senator Keith Davey lecture delivered at Victoria University, University of Toronto, in 2000.
Review of the obituaries and appreciations of Roy Jenkins published by major newspapers.
Were Liberals really the inventors of community politics? Tony Little takes a look at Benjamin Franklin’s claim.
The career of Tommy Shaw (1850-1937), one of Campbell-Bannerman’s law officers.
Examination of the role of a little-known radical group in the 1890s in the evolution of the Liberal and Labour parties.
The life of Sir John Harris (1874-1940), campaigner against slavery and colonial exploitation in Africa and Liberal MP for North Hackney, 1923-24.
Report of Liberal Democrat History Group meeting of September 2002, on Jo Grimond, with Michael McManus, William Wallace, Tony Greaves and Tom Dale.
Liberal archives at the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford.
Review of David Cannadine, Ornamentalism: How the British Saw Their Empire (Penguin, 2002).
Review of Martin Pugh, The Pankhursts (Allen Lane, The Penguin Press, 2001).
Review of John Powell (ed.), Liberal by Principle: The Politics of John Wodehouse, 1st Earl of Kimberley, 1843-1902 (The Historians Press, 1996).
The History of Parliament project.