The Debate in The Cabinet (May–June 1903)

  • Julian Amery

Abstract

‘Chamberlain always declares’, Balfour wrote soon after the Birmingham speech

(and I am sure he believes) that the excitement this speech caused came upon him as a complete surprise; and it is quite true that he gave expression in it to no sentiments which he had not before uttered on public platforms and that it contained an exposition of no new doctrines.1

Keywords

Sugar Corn Dust Depression Propa 

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© The Trustees of the Chamberlain Estate 1969

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  • Julian Amery

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