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British Party Politics, 1852–1886

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05 January 1998

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Between 1852 and 1886 British politics moved from a system of 'parliamentary government' towards a two party system. This book looks at why and how this change happened and analyses the long-term implications it had for...

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Between 1852 and 1886 British politics moved from a system of 'parliamentary government' towards a two party system. This book looks at why and how this change happened and analyses the long-term implications it had for British politics.

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Concise synthesis of the latest research into student friendly text
Innovative treatment of Victorian politics by outlining the transition from parliamentary government to the modern British party system

Introduction
Parliamentary Government and mid-Victorian Parties: 1852 1859
Palmerston and Liberalism: 1859-1865
'A Leap in the Dark': 1865 1868
Gladstone and Liberalism: 1868-1874
Disraeli and Conservatism: 1874-1880
The Crisis of Liberalism: 1880-1886
The Demise of Parliamentary Government and the Two Party System.
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ANGUS HAWKINS is Director of International Programmes and Fellow of Kellogg College, Oxford.

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ANGUS HAWKINS is Director of International Programmes and Fellow of Kellogg College, Oxford.

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