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Realignment of the Left?: A History of the Relationship between the Liberal Democrat and Labour Parties

  title={Realignment of the Left?: A History of the Relationship between the Liberal Democrat and Labour Parties},
  author={P. Joyce},
Introduction - The Formation and Development of the Liberal and Labour Parties - The Liberal Party, Progressive Politics and Liberal-Labour Relationships, 1906-1929 - Liberal-Labour Party Relationships, 1929-1939 - Labour's Pursuit of the Liberal Vote, 1945-1959 - Liberal and Labour Relationships 1959-1966: Revisionism and the Realignment of the Left - The Failure to Secure Realignment - Liberal Politics 1967-1979 - The Emergence of the Social Democratic Party - The Relationship Between the… Expand
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