Journal of Liberal History 90
Issue: 90, Spring 2016Price: £7.50
In this issue: Liberal history news; What Liberal politics gained and lost with Liberal clubs; The life and political career of Robert Threshie Reid, Lord Loreburn; Sam Woods and the by-election of 1897; Eric Lubbock and the 1962 Orpington by-election; Liberal leaders and leadership.
The Gladstone Umbrella; Survey of subscribers; Volunteers wanted for digitising tapes; On this day in Liberal history
A consideration of what Liberal politics gained and lost with Liberal clubs.
The life and political career of Robert Threshie Reid, Lord Loreburn, 1846–1923.
Sam Woods and the by-election of 1897.
Report of the Conference fringe meeting, 20 September 2015, with Simon Hughes, Paul Tyler and Lynne Featherstone.
Review of Michael Bloch, Jeremy Thorpe (Little, Brown, 2014).
Review of Russell Deacon, The Welsh Liberals: the History of the Liberal and Liberal Democratic Parties in Wales (Welsh Academic Press, 2014).
Review of Peter Sloman, The Liberal Party and the Economy, 1929–1964, Oxford Historical Monographs (Oxford University Press, 2014).
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