Journal of Liberal History 44
Liberal wins against the odds at general elections.
Jo Grimond honoured in St Andrews.
Wilhelm von Humboldt and early German Liberalism.
How close were the Liberals to backing the King’s cause during the abdication crisis in December 1936?
Geraint Howells (1925-2004) interviewed in 2003.
Biography of Lloyd George’s private secretary, A. J. Sylvester (1889-1989).
The origins of the corporate economy.
Report on the Liberal Democrat History Group meeting, February 2004, with Keith Robbins and Paul Addison.
Margaret Stacey, Banbury and the decline of the Liberal Party.
Review of David W. Bebbington, The Mind of Gladstone: Religion, Homer and Politics (Oxford University Press, 2004).
Review of Iain Dale (ed.), The Politico's Book of the Dead (Politico's, 2003).
Review of Patricia Lynch, The Liberal Party in Rural England 1885-1910: Radicalism and Community (Clarendon Press, 2003).
Review of Duncan Brack and Iain Dale (eds.), Prime Minister Portillo and other things that never happened (Politico's, 2003).
Sir Clement Freud (Lord Beaumont).
Archives: Coventry archives, London Liberal Foundation and the London Liberal Party records in the London Metropolitan Archives
Liberal Party collections in the Coventry archives. London Liberal Foundation and the London Liberal Party records in the London Metropolitan Archives.