Journal of Liberal History 85
Issue: 85, Winter 2014Price: £6.00
In this issue:
Remembering Jeremy Thorpe;
True to his principles – John Bright and Irish home rule;
The strange survival of Liberal Lancashire.
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Huddersfield West 1964: a review note; 2015 Orpington dinner; On this day in Liberal history.
A commemoration of the Liberal leader Jeremy Thorpe, who passed away in December 2014.
An examination of John Bright and his relationship to Liberalism and Irish home rule 1886–1889.
An examination of the resilience of the Liberal Party in the Lancashire cotton districts between the 1920s and 1970s.
The Welsh Political Archive at the National Library of Wales.
Report of the centenary conference, Birmingham 4–5 July 2014.
Report of the History Group conference fringe meeting, 5 October 2014, with Alan Beith, John Pugh, Liz Barker and Mark Pack; chair: Malcolm Bruce.
Review of Janet Hilderley, Mrs Catherine Gladstone (The Alpha Press, 2013).
Review of Dick Leonard, The Great Rivalry: Gladstone & Disraeli (I. B. Tauris, 2013).
Review of Ben Jackson and Marc Stears (eds.), Liberalism as Ideology: Essays in Honour of Michael Freeden (Oxford University Press, 2012).
Review of Martin Kyrle, The Liberals in Hampshire – a Part(l)y History Part 1: Southampton 1958–65 (Sarsen Press, 2013).
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