Beer, Bankruptcy and Empire

  • John Maloney

Abstract

Lowe had resigned as a Times leader-writer some time before he knew he was to be Chancellor. When he returned to the (opposition) backbenches in 1874, neither he nor Delane suggested a renewal of the role. Instead Lowe became a prolific, brilliant and biting contributor to the political and literary reviews.

Keywords

Income Expense Tated Defend Mili 

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Notes

  1. 1.
    R. Lowe ‘Have We Abolished Imprisonment for Debt?’, Fortnightly Review, 21, new series, 1 March 1877, p. 313.Google Scholar
  2. 3.
    R. Lowe, ‘The Birmingham Plan of Public House Reform’, Fortnightly Review, vol. 21, new series, 1 January 1877, p. 4.Google Scholar
  3. 6.
    R. Lowe, ‘The Value to the United Kingdom of the Foreign Dominions’, Fortnightly Review, 23, new series, 1 November 1877, p. 620.Google Scholar
  4. 12.
    R. Lowe, ‘A Simple Way Out of the Indian Difficulty’, Fortnightly Review, vol. 36, new series, 1 July 1879, p. 24.Google Scholar
  5. 13.
    R. Lowe, ‘Imperialism’, Fortnightly Review, vol. 24, new series, 1 October 1878, p. 454.Google Scholar

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