Journal of Liberal History 67 – Special issue: Liberals and the left
Introduction to this special issue of the Journal.
Popular radicals and the Liberal Party in mid-Victorian Britain.
Examination of the relationship between the New Liberalism and the Liberal Party in the period around the Liberal victory of 1906.
What was the impact of Thomas Paine on Liberalism and liberal thought?
Liberals who joined the Labour Party, 1914-31.
Examination of how the life of Holyoake exemplified the development of popular Liberalism.
The Liberal Party and Labour, 1945-55.
Examination of the group’s formation, history and publications.
Jo Grimond and the left.
… and the Liberal Democat Whig tendency.
The relationship between the Young Liberals and the left in the 1960s.
Notes on a political relationship.