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Only two years previously, Peter Clarke’s Lan-cashire and the New Liberalism had ignited a wide-ranging debate. On Hirst see H. Emy, Liberals, Radicals and Social Politics, – (Cambridge, ), pp. For Morley’s praise of Hobhouse’s anti-imperialism and suspicion of his social remedies, see Collini, Liberalism and Sociology, p.

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The reforms demonstrate the split that had emerged within liberalism, between emerging social liberalism and classical liberalism, and a change in direction for the. Abstract. So long as the Liberals were in opposition, or held office in precarious circumstances (as between –5), what strategy Liberals should adopt was largely a matter for dam-projects.com was quite otherwise with the formation of Campbell-Bannerman’s ministry in Author: G.

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The Liberals re-selected their candidate from the general election George Toulmin, a Lancashire newspaper proprietor. It was reported that at a meeting of socialists at Bury on 28 April it was agreed to support a socialist candidate at the forthcoming election, if one were nominated.

There were splits in the socialist camp however. The Independent Labour Party decided to dissociate. The ‘People’s Budget’: Causes and Consequences. by Professor Martin Pugh.

new perspective. Volume 1, Number 1. September Summary: The genesis of the budget was the need for more taxation and a reappraisal of ways to raise revenue but opposition in the House of Lords invited the Liberals to curb the power of that House.

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