7 edition of The Strange Death of Socialist Britain (History & Politics) found in the catalog.
The Strange Death of Socialist Britain (History & Politics)
November 16, 1992
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||271|
Socialism in the United Kingdom is thought to stretch back to the 19th century from roots arising in the aftermath of the English Civil War. Notions of socialism in Great Britain have taken many different forms from the utopian philanthropism of Robert Owen through to the reformist electoral project enshrined in the birth of the Labour Party. 98 Trentmann, ‘Strange Death of Free Trade’, ; Declaration of Principles of the Socialist Party in the Congressional Campaign (Chicago, ), 1, in ‘Socialism’, Folder 3, Alice Park Papers, Hoover Institution, Stanford University, Palo Alto, : Marc-William Palen.
The Life and Times of Sidney and Beatrice Webb: , The Formative Years Royden J Harrison Macmillan Press, £50, pp Buy it at BOL. A Strange Eventful History: Democratic Socialism in Britain. The Strange Death of Liberal England chronicled how the 19th-century classical-liberal consensus buckled and broke under a series of pressures, from aristocratic reaction through uprisings in Ireland to the rise of the suffragette and labor movements. The Liberal Party went from being the natural party of government in the Edwardian era to Author: Iain Murray.
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A fourth successive defeat for the Labour Party and an outright win for a Conservative Party has sharpened dividing lines, squeezed the liberal center, and broken consensus into polarity. At stake after this election, then, is the future of what has made Britain a reasonably civilized country since social democracy.
The Strange Death of Moral Britain is a study of moral change, secularization, loss of identity, and the growth of deviant behavior in Britain in the twentieth century. Based on detailed scholarship, it is tightly argued and clearly written with a minimum of by: Back in Anglo-American historian, George Dangerfield, described in his book ‘The Strange Death of Liberal England’ how the Liberal Party of Gladstone, Asquith and Lloyd George, succumbed.
THE STRANGE DEATH OF SOCIALISM* SIR RALF DAHRENDORF Sir Ralf Dahrendorf, now Master of St. Anthony's College Oxford, was a West German cabinet minister, EC Commissioner and Director of the London School of Economics The strange death of liberalism as a pervasive and dominant political movement happened in one brief if eventful decade, between Socialism had in Tony Benn its most eloquent advocate with a large national and public esteem; now it has the odd Politics Professor or Trade Union leader.
In the 20 th century, Parliament was a place where great theories of history – liberalism, conservatism and socialism – battled for hearts and minds. The Strange Death of Liberal England is one of the most important books of the English past, a prime example that history can be abiding literature.
As a portrait of England enmeshed in the turbulence of new movements, which often led to violence against the pieties of Liberal England—until it was overwhelmed by the greatest violence of all, World War I—this extraordinary book has continued to exert a Cited by: The Strange Death of Liberal Englandcovers a period of British history that ought to be better known and more widely discussed.
It is no accident that it isn’: Alex Snowdon. The Strange Death of Socialist Europe (With thanks to Nobby) I have in front of me a copy of the Economist for 23 April, opened at page thirty one, a story headed In the red corner, about Ed Miliband, the leader of the Labour Party.
The strange death of Boris Berezovsky By Joseph Santolan 26 March Russian oligarch, Boris Berezovsky, was found dead on the bathroom floor of his Berkshire mansion in Britain.
"The Strange Death of Moral Britain" is a study of moral change, secularization, loss of identity, and the growth of deviant behavior in Britain in the twentieth century. Based on detailed scholarship, it is a tightly argued and clearly written volume that will be of interest to scholars of religious studies and British social history.4/5(5).
I've never read a work of history before -- and this is an excellent one -- that feels like a novel by George Eliot. The writing in The Strange Death of Liberal England, by George Dangerfield, is exquisite, and the events and personalities are compelling.
Dangerfield writes about the years towhen the Liberal Party governed England/5. Best Sellers in Socialism #1. (Left Book Club) Simon Hannah. out of 5 stars Paperback.
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The book is irritating as it offers up far too much conjecture based on a thin veneer of evidence. Of interest is the parallels the author suggests between a radical Labour government and the first administration of Francois Mitterrand - this was a genuine novel take which I have not read before/5.
So does Mr. Dangerfield conclude his book, after describing Brooke's death in WWI, with the following plaintive lines: [W]ith his death one sees the extinction of Liberal England. Standing beside his moonlit grave, one looks back.5/5. 'THE STRANGE DEATH OF SOCIALISM' Of course, there exists a still more apocalyptic view of the consequences of the Revolutions of for the prospects of socialism.
Upon this account, the transformation of Eastern Europe in marks not just the passing of communism or Marxism-Leninism, but, indeed allows us to recognise the historical Author: Christopher Pierson. • The Strange Death of Europe is published by Bloomsbury.
To order a copy for £ (RRP £) go to or call Author: Gaby Hinsliff. The Strange Death of Labour Scotland analyses the rise and fall of Labour in Scotland and asks: is Labour's decline irreversible?. After being the leading party in Scotland for 50 years, Labour was shocked to lose an election and office to the SNP in the Scottish Parliamentary elections, and thunderstruck when the SNP won a majority government in the same elections in George Dangerfield's The Strange Death of Liberal England () is one of those books that has been on my 'must read' list for something like twenty years.
It's a well known classic, at least on the left, though more 'well known' when I first heard about it than today. A book with a reputation like this can often disappoint. The Strange Death of Soviet Communism, which first appeared as a special issue of The National Interest, brings together leading scholars of Soviet history, who show why the experiment failed and how it has destroyed the laboratory of socialist s Fukuyama considers the role of long-term social and intellectual modernization while Cited by: 2.
Get this from a library. The strange death of Socialist Britain: post-war British politics. [Patrick Cosgrave]. In Georgian Poetry,the work of Rupert Brooke provoked particular comment. Brooke’s poetry was sufficiently eager to appear new, but its best effects.
The Strange Death of Moral Britain is a study of moral change, secularization, loss of identity, and the growth of deviant behavior in Britain in the twentieth century. Based on detailed scholarship, it is tightly argued and clearly written with a minimum of jargon.
basically the first in a long line of government actions based on socialist /5(3).Book Description. Focusing on the key period between the late 18th century andthis book provides the first comprehensive narrative account of radical and socialist texts and organised movements for reform to land planning and housing policies in Britain.