New Liberal, 1905–14

@inproceedings{Packer1998NewL1,
  title={New Liberal, 1905–14},
  author={I. Packer},
  year={1998}
}
  • I. Packer
  • Published 1998
  • Political Science
  • The Tory government led by Arthur Balfour finally resigned in November 1905. It was on the brink of disintegration anyway over its disagreements on tariff reform and Balfour hoped to exploit the continuing divisions in Liberalism between the Imperialists and Radicals, by challenging Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman to form an effective Cabinet that could unite his party. After a brief struggle, the new Prime Minister was successful, forming a carefully balanced administration that included all the… CONTINUE READING

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