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|Description:||x, 362 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||'Dagon must be thrown down': The origins of the liberal unionist party --
Whiggery or socialism? The ideologies of Liberal unionism --
'Liberal yeast to leaven the conservative lump': the unionist alliance --
Party organization --
cave or caucus? --
Liberal unionism and the electorate ; 'A farce and a fraud'? --
'Strangled by its own parent': the strange death of liberal unionism --
Who were the liberal unionists.
|Series Title:||International library of political studies, 53.|
'This book tackles a useful topic, is well written, and thoroughly researched. Ian Cawood rightly notes that, apart from the role that Joseph Chamberlain has played in its origin and development,
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