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A Party Divided: Liberal Leadership and Policy

  • Chris Cook

Abstract

The decision to install a Labour Government was both vital and crucial for the Liberal Party. For such a decision to succeed, it was imperative for the Liberals, while the minority Labour Government remained in power, to achieve several targets. To begin with, strong leadership was essential. And this meant a complete healing of the Asquith-Lloyd George split, as opposed to the hurried coming together that Bald-win’s tariff election had brought about.

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Free Trade Daily News Labour Party Liberal Party Liberal Policy 
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© Chris Cook 1975

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  • Chris Cook

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