Journal of Liberal History 47 – Special issue: Liberals of the Right?
Introduction to this special issue of the Journal.
The meaning of terms in the political spectrum of the Victorian era.
Biography of John Morley (1838-1923), the leading Victorian and Edwardian Liberal who could be seen as both of the left and the right.
The career and political thought of Francis Wrigley Hirst (1873-1953).
Was the disastrous Liberal split of 1916 a matter of personalities or ideologies?
Analysis of the ideological struggle in the Liberal Party in the 1940s and 1950s.
Biography of Arthur Seldon (1916-2005), erstwhile Liberal and founder of the Institute for Economic Affairs.
Examination of the Owenite concept of the ’social market, and how it was used as a political weapon.
Review of Paul Marshall and David Laws (eds.), The Orange Book: Reclaiming Liberalism (Profile Books, 2004).
Review of David McKie, Jabez - The Rise and Fall of a Victorian Rogue (Atlantic Books 2004).