Journal of Liberal History 91
Issue: 91, Summer 2016Price: £7.50
In this issue: What did the SDP bequeath to the Liberal Democrats?; Cambridge University Liberal Club, 1886–1916; Sir James Whitehead (1834–1917): the parliamentary travails of a Liberal meritocrat.
An examination of the legacy of the Social Democratic Party.
A study in early university political organisation.
Targeting (Michael Meadowcroft); Liberal clubs (David Steel, Willis Pickard and Peter Hellyer).
Sir James Whitehead (1834–1917): the parliamentary travails of a Liberal meritocrat.
Liberal Democrat History Group evening meeting, 1 February 2016.
Review of Alan Mumford, David Lloyd George: A Biography in Cartoons (Matador, 2014).
Review of Tony Holden, Holden’s Ghosts: The Life and times of Sir Isaac Holden – inventor, woolcomber and radical Liberal MP (Kindle edition, 2015).
Review of James Murphy, Ireland’s Czar: Gladstonian Government and the Lord Lieutenancies of the Red Earl Spencer, 1868–86 (University College Dublin Press, 2014).
Review of James Owen, Labour and the Caucus: Working-Class Radicalism and Organised Liberalism in England, 1868–1888 (Liverpool University Press, 2014).
Review of John Ault, Liberal Democrats in Cornwall – Culture, Character or Campaigns? (CreateSpace, 2015).
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