By David Dutton
The moment variation of this confirmed textual content offers:
* a wholly new bankruptcy at the coalition government
* a chronology of key events
* a number of feedback for extra reading.
This energetic survey of British Liberalism from the period of Campbell-Bannerman to that of Nick Clegg stories latest literature whereas delivering its personal certain standpoint on the most compelling of political dramas.
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A History of the Liberal Party since 1900 (British Studies Series) by David Dutton