This work shows the importance of analysing the "low" politics of areas that have traditionally been dominated by "high" politics. The role of bodies such as the Liberal Summer School and the Women's Liberal Federation are examined, along with the work of thinkers such as JM Keynes.
'A readable and scholarly book that opens up new perspectives on the Liberal record on foreign policy in the inter-war period.' - The Reformer
'Enhances our understanding of the principal international motivations which helped drive Liberals through the lean and mean inter-war years.' - Liberal Democrat News
'Grayson embarks upon an interesting discussion of the key Liberal thinkers of the era.'
- The International History Review