Journal of Liberal History 113



Journal of Liberal History, 113: Winter 2021-22

Liberal History News
Sir Peter Ustinov; History Group meeting videos

The Black Book and the reform of public life in early nineteenth-century Britain
An exposé of corruption which contributed to parliamentary reform, the roots of Liberalism and modern definitions of corruption and standards in public life; by Ian Cawood

A Liberal for All Seasons?
An examination of the political career of Percy Alport Molteno, 1861–1937 (Part 1: 1861–1914); by David Dutton

Lloyd George and the Versailles Treaty
An analysis of Lloyd George’s role in the Paris peace conference; by Alistair Lexden

Letters to the Editor
Tony Greaves (David Cannon); Shirley Williams (Michael Steed and Devin Scobie); Liberals in the 1950s (Richard Pealling); Austin Mitchell (Peter Rowland); Community politics (Trevor Jones)

Liberalism in the United States
Meeting report, with Helena Rosenblatt and James Traub; report by Neil Stockley

Ian Dunt, How to be a Liberal (Canbury Press, 2020), reviewed by Michael Steed; Iain Dale and Jacqui Smith (eds.), The Honourable Ladies, Vol. 2 (Biteback Publications, 2019), reviewed by Caron Lindsay; Andrew Hobbs, A Fleet Street in Every Town: The Provincial Press in England, 1855–1900 (Open Book Publishers, 2018), reviewed by Rachel Matthews