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Past in Perspective Series, The: Taming of Democracy - The Conservative Party 1880-1924, The
Jeremy Smith
ISBN: 9780708314029 (0708314023)Dyddiad Cyhoeddi Mawrth 1997
Cyhoeddwr: Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru / University of Wales Press, Caerdydd
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A study of a transitional period in the evolution of the Conservative party when it extended its narrow upper-class base and established itself as a dominant force in British politics.
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THE TAMING OF DEMOCRACY: THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY, 1880-1924
Jeremy Smith
pp viii119 March 1997 216x138mm
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The Conservative party has dominated British politics for much of the twentieth century, but it was not always so. Jeremy Smith's book focuses on the years between the party's pre-1885 minority status and its post-1924 dominance. This transitional period is critical to our understanding of the evolution of the modern Conservative party. It was a transition that provoked intense strains and mixed political fortunes; of the twelve elections between 1885 and 1924, the Tories won six, achieving an independent party majority on just three occasions. They also suffered their worst ever defeat in 1906, which initiated their longest period of continuing opposition.
This book examines how the party extended its narrow base as a party of the aristocracy, Church and landed interests to accommodate a democratic, secular and increasingly urban society, and established itself as the dominant force in British politics.
Jeremy Smith is Head of History at Radley College.
The Past in Perspective Series
Series Editors: C.C. Eldridge and Ralph A. Griffiths
Each book in this series tackles a major theme of significance in British, European or World history. Each explores the theme in depth and begins with a survey of the ways in which it has been treated in the past by historians and other writers. A section of original sources and an extensive bibliography to guide readers to further study are included.
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