Peel and the Conservative Party
A Study in Party Politics 1832-1841
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First published in 1964, Peel and the Conservative Party is a major historical study that considers the problems of Peel who in 1932 was to recreate a party which had been shattered successively by Canning, Catholic Emancipation, and the Reform Bill, and, to lead a party whose interests were hopelessly divided between agriculture and industry. The author acknowledges the work of Professors Aspinall and Gash on the subject, and among other things considers the true significance of the resignation of the Duke of Wellington in 1830. This book will be an interesting read for students of history and political science.
Table of Contents
Preface to first edition Preface to second edition Introduction to first edition Introduction to second edition 1. Peel and the Tories before 1832 2. Whigs and Tories – 1832 3. The First Reformed Parliament, 1833 4. 1834 – The End of the Great Reform Ministry 5. An Unsuccessful Experiment, 1834-35 6. 1835—the Municipal Reform Bill 7. 1836 – The Lord’s Independence 8. 1837 – A Necessary Compromise 9. The New Reigns – 1837-38 10. Peel and the Queen – 1839 11. The Conservative Party – 1840-41 Bibliography Index
George Kitson Clark