British Political History, 1867-2001: Democracy and Decline

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Psychology Press, 2002 - 674페이지

This third edition of British Political History, 1867-2001 is an accessible summary of major political developments in British history over the last 140 years.

Analyzing the changing nature of British society and Britain's role on the world stage, Malcolm Pearce and Geoffrey Stewart also outline the growth of democracy and the growth in the power of the state against a background of party politics.

New coverage includes:

  • domestic affairs from 1992 to 2001
  • John Major's Government
  • the creation of 'New' Labour and the 'Third Way'
  • Blair's first ministry
  • developments in Northern Ireland from 1995 through the Easter Peace Deal into 2001
  • the 2001 General Election results and implications.

Students of British politics and history will find this the perfect resource for their studies.

 

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The Gladstonian Liberal Party 186895
29
the regaining of power
67
province or nation?
109
the onset of decline
138
recovery triumph
185
The rise of Labour 18671940
233
the German Question
277
Britain between the wars
347
The Conservative Party of the Chamberlains 190640
374
the home front
424
Consensus Britain 195179
460
197990
512
Britain 19902001
553
the new Elizabethan Age
610
Index
653
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