Journal of Liberal History 69
Roy Hattersley lectures at Aberytswyth; Community politics forty years on; Who killed the News Chronicle?
David Dutton traces the story of the three-times MP, playwright and judge Edward Hemmerde (1871-1948).
Report of the Liberal Democrat History Group conference fringe meeting held at Liverpool, 19 September 2010, with John Curtice, Denis Kavanagh and James Gurling; chair: Tony Little.
Duncan McLaren (1800-86) and the Liberal dominance of Victorian Scotland.
Liberal Heritage: Michael Meadowcroft discovers Leeds’ Liberal history.
Reflections on the 2009 parliamentary elections in Germany.
Answers to this year’s quiz.
Review of Chris Cook, A Short History of the Liberal Party: The Road Back to Power (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010).
Review of Steve Pincus, 1688: The First Modern Revolution (Yale University Press, 2009).
Review of Hugh Brogan, Alexis de Tocqueville: Prophet of Democracy in the Age of Revolutions (Profile Books, 2009).
Review of Kevin Hickson (ed.), The Political Thought of the Liberals and Liberal Democrats since 1945 (Manchester University Press, 2009).
Review of Ophelia Field, The Kit-Cat Club: Friends Who Imagined a Nation (HarperPress, 2008).
James Bryce (Sandy S. Waugh); Liberals and the left (Peter Hatton); The 2010 election: missed opportunity (Martin Pugh); The Gower primary of 1905 (Kenneth O. Morgan); Samuel Morton Peto and his relatives (Sandy S. Waugh).