This is volume 5 of the set ^English Radicalism (1935-1961). Reissuing the epic undertaking of Dr S. Maccoby, these volumes cover the story of English Radicalism from its origins right through to its questionable end. By Combining new sources with the old and often long forgotten, the volumes provide an impressive history of radicalism and shed light on the course of English political development. The six volumes are arranged chronologically from 1762 through to the perceived end of British Radicalism in the mid-twentieth century.
Table of Contents
PART ONE, I The Home Rule Controversy, 1886, II "Irish Coercion" in 1887, ill The Opposition's Growing Radicalism, 1888, IV M r. Pamel Vs Day of Triumph., 1889, v The Great Dock Strike, vi The Downfall of Parnell, VII M r. Gladstone Returns to Downing Street, viii The Fourth Gladstone Government Begins, ix Home Rule Rejected, 1893, x M r. Gladstone Departs, xi The Rosebery Government, 1894-5, xii The 1895 Elections and After, xiii Lord Salisbury's First Troubles, 1895-6, xiv The Diamond Jubilee, Before and After, XV Imperialism Gains Ground, 1898, xvi Outbreak of the Boer War, xvii The Boer War, First Year, xviii The War Drags On, 1901, xix End of the Boer War, xx Rise of the Fiscal Controversy, 1903, XXI 1904, XXII Why Mr. Balfour Resigned, PART TWO, XXIII Some "Labour" Questions, XXIV Radicals and India , XXV London, XXVI Religion, XXVII Epilogue, 1906-1914