Journal of Liberal History 54 – Special issue: The 1906 landslide: the legacy
Introduction to this special issue of the Journal, on the legacy of the 1906 Liberal government.
The 1906 general election and foreign policy
New Liberal economic strategies, including free trade and social reform.
The philosophy that underpinned the Liberal Party’s revival in the 1906 election.
Assessment of the record of the man who led the Liberals into the 1906 landslide.
Examination of how Churchill frequently summoned up the memories of 1906 to bolster his own position in politics.
Argues that the Liberals regarded the 1911 Parliament Act as a final settlement of the second-chamber question.
Debate between David Dutton (pessimistic) and Martin Pugh (optimistic).
Review of Roy Hattersley, Campbell-Bannerman (Haus Publishing, 2006).
Review of Stephen Bates, Asquith (Haus Publishing, 2006).
Review of Hugh Purcell, Lloyd George (Haus Publishing, 2006).
Review of E. H. H. Green, Balfour (Haus Publishing, 2006).