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Author: Kenneth O. Morgan
ISBN: 0049420933
Language: English
Pages: 240 pages
Category: Politics & Government
Publisher: Unwin Hyman (June 1, 1971)
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The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged.

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book by Kenneth O. Morgan. Politics & Social Sciences Books Elections & Political Process Books. ISBN13: 9780049420922. The age of Lloyd George: The Liberal Party and British Politics, 1880-1929 (Historical Problems, Studies and Documents). by Kenneth O.

K O Morgan, The Age of Lloyd George: The Liberal Party and British Politics, 1890-1929; George Allen & Unwin, 1971 p81. ^ Michael Kinnear, The British Voter: An Atlas and Survey Since 1885; Cornell University Press, 1968 p92n. K O Morgan in A J P Taylor (e. Lloyd George: Twelve Essays; Hamish Hamilton, 1971 p235. Chris Cook, in A J P Taylor (e. Lloyd George: Twelve Essays; Hamish Hamilton, 1971 p294. Roy Douglas, The History of the Liberal Party, 1895-1970; Sidgwick & Jackson, 1971 p168n.

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the Liberal Party and British politics, 1890-1929. 2nd ed. Published 1978 by Allen & Unwin in London. Politics and government, Sources, Liberal Party, Liberal Party (Great Britain), History, Internet Archive Wishlist. David Lloyd George, David Lloyd George (1863-1945). Historical problems : studies and documents - 12, Historical problems - 12. ID Numbers.

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The Liberal Party emerged from the Whig Party in the decades after . Morgan, Kenneth O. Age of Lloyd George: The Liberal Party and British Politics, 1880-1929 (1971).

The Liberal Party emerged from the Whig Party in the decades after passage of the Reform Bill of 1832 gave the vote to the British middle class. Disputes over education, Irish disestablishment, and the Irish universities showed the divergence between, on the one hand, Whigs, who wanted state control of education and the propagation of a nondenominational, morally uplifting Christianity, and on the other hand Gladstone and his supporters, who sought to guard religion's independence from a modernizing civil power.