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Putting Labour In

  • Chris Cook

Abstract

Although the results of the 1923 election were indecisive, the decision to put into office a Labour Government proved to be one of the most crucial events in the decline of the Liberal Party. In a sense, the débâcle in the election of October 1924 was a corollary of this decision.

Keywords

Labour Party Liberal Party General Council Minority Government Alternative Vote 
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© Chris Cook 1975

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  • Chris Cook

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