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Response to Review of The British People and the League of Nations; Democracy, Citizenship and Internationalism, c.1918-45 (12817)

First of all, let me thank Peter Yearwood, whose own work has made such an important contribution to the field, for taking the time to read my book on the League of Nations movement in Britain. The early sections of his review provide a very succinct and accurate account of some of the key findingsContinue reading “Response to Review of The British People and the League of Nations; Democracy, Citizenship and Internationalism, c.1918-45 (12817)”

The Strange Survival of Liberal England: Political Leaders, Moral Values and the Reception of Economic Debate

Peter Clarke's influence on the historiography of modern Britain in the last 30 years has been immense. The expansive Clarkean oeuvre stretches from his agenda-setting Lancashire and the New Liberalism (1) and pioneering studies of early social-democratic thinkers, through to definitive works on Keynes and Cripps and numerous essays on electoral politics and political economy,Continue reading “The Strange Survival of Liberal England: Political Leaders, Moral Values and the Reception of Economic Debate”