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Baldwin and the Conservative Party

Stuart Ball

Baldwin and the Conservative Party

the crisis of 1929-1931

by Stuart Ball

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Published by Yale University Press in New Haven .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain,
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Baldwin, Stanley Baldwin, Earl, 1867-1947,
    • Conservative Party (Great Britain),
    • Depressions -- 1929 -- Great Britain,
    • Prime ministers -- Great Britain -- Biography,
    • Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1910-1936

    • Edition Notes

      StatementStuart Ball.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA566.9.B15 B34 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxix, 266 p. ;
      Number of Pages266
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2392985M
      ISBN 100300039611
      LC Control Number87022504

        For those interested in this theme, Berthezène’s new book, Training Minds for the War of Ideas: Ashridge College, the Conservative Party and the cultural politics of Britain, , will be. Start studying Conservative Government - Stanley Baldwin - General Strike. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

      Conservative Party (Great Britain) This account of the life and career of Stanley Baldwin is thematic and issue-based. His life, career and contribution to inter-war politics in Britain are discussed along with a review of the differing views of historians of this Range: $ - $ exists for this book, which sits alongside a sist er volume (Crines and Hayton, ) on Labour oratory. Th is book consequently examines the use and impact of oratory in Conservative Party politics through the use of twelve individual case studies, each focused on a leading fi gure in the party .

      The first Tory in the Baldwin family was his father, Alfred, a Conservative MP in later life, but a Liberal activist early in his career. A cousin of his father’s, Enoch Baldwin, was a Liberal. Baldwin did indeed have a knack for winning elections, but few would rate the s as glory years for the Conservative Party. Such, alas, are the inherent limitations of this volume’s analytical models.


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Amazon; Barnes & Noble; "There is much food for thought in this book for Conservative ideologues."—Robert Blake, and of the bigger question of how the Conservative party has functioned as a political organism in the modern period.

Baldwin, Stanley Baldwin, Earl, ; Conservative Party (Great Britain) Great Britain — Politics and government — ; Depressions — — Great Britain; Notes Includes index. Bibliographic references Bibliography: p. ISBN ; LCCN ; OCLC ; RCP. N - S. Stanley Baldwin was British Conservative party leader and three times prime minister during the s and s.

He took a leading part in such celebrated episodes as the General Strike and the Abdication, and presided over a period of unusual Conservative dominance.

He was also, and has remained, a controversial by: 4. As British Conservative party leader and thrice prime minister during the s and s, Stanley Baldwin played a leading role in such celebrated episodes as the General Strike and the Abdication, and presided over a period of unusual Conservative : $ "This book provides a new understanding of Baldwin's career, including the first serious analysis of the moral and intellectual influences of his early life.

Its main concerns are the investigation of a Conservative mind, and its communication with the various. It reinterprets the career of Stanley Baldwin, Conservative leader 37 and three times prime minister, in terms of his construction of a 'national character', his exploitation of the new mass media, and his exposition of a distinctive Conservative doctrine and by: It is popularly believed that, almost as a law of nature, the Conservative Party in defeat turns on its leader, a view confirmed by the fall of Edward Heath in The experience of Baldwin after the election of appears to be the classic illustration of this model.

In fact, there is no inevitability about any such process. Stanley Baldwin (–) is one of the most significant modern British politicians, but also one of the most controversial and puzzling. As Conservative leader and three times prime minister, Baldwin presided over the beginning of his party's long twentieth-century dominance/5(3).

Social reform became the Party’s dominant preoccupation for the first time in its history. “The Conservative Party”, Baldwin declared at the election, “regards the prosperity of trade and industry, not as an end in itself, but as a means to improve the condition of the people”.

STANLEY BALDWIN CONSERVATIVE LEADERSHIP AND NATIONAL VALUES Stanley Baldwin is one of the most significant modern British politicians, but also one of the most controversial and puzzling. As Conservative leader – and three times prime minis-ter, Baldwin presided over the beginning of his party’s long twentieth-century by: Ramsden, The making of Conservative party policy.

The Conservative Research Department since (London, ), pp. 4 John Campbell, Lloyd George. The goat in the wilderness (London, ), pp. 3, ; and 'Stanley Baldwin', in John P. Mackintosh, ed., British prime ministers in the twentieth century (London, ), I, 2I6. Book 1 online resource Local subjects: Conservative Party (Great Britain) Depressions -- -- Great Britain Great Britain -- Politics and government -- – Baldwin, Stanley Baldwin, Earl, – ISBN: Access Restriction: Restricted for use by.

A surprise election called in December by Conservative prime minister Stanley Baldwin proved to be a miscalculation that briefly reunited the ailing Liberal Party and opened the way to a minority Labour Party government, though the Conservatives remained the largest single party and were able to regain power the following year.

Apart from. The book The Conservatives and British Society,Stephen Brooke, The Conservative Party, Immigration, and National Identity PART THREE It is a book that should find its place on the shelf of any university library.”.

Baldwin and the Conservative Party: the crisis of Chapter 'Conclusion: Power and Authority in Conservative Politics' pp. digitised. 39 Middlemas and Barnes, Baldwin, p. ; Blake, Conservative party, p. ; Ramsden, Balfour and Baldwin, p. The usual sources - Rhodes James, ed., Memoirs of a Conservative, p.

; Bridgeman diary, Julycopy lent by 2nd Viscount Bridgeman; and Sandars diary, 7 Feb.cited by Ramsden - are affected by hindsight. The only Cited by: Buy Baldwin Papers: A Conservative Statesman, Reissue by Williamson, Philip (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2). Baldwin and the Conservative Party. The Crisis of From the dust-jacket: The Conservative Party was the dominant political force in Britain between the two world wars. This book examines one of the most serious crises in its history.

3 Robert Rhodes ed. James Memoirs, of a Conservative: J. Davidson's memoirs and papers (London, ) p. Ramsden, Balfour and pp. Baldwin: see also John Ramsden, The making of Conservative party policy.

The Conservative Research Department since (London, ), pp. 4 John Campbell Lloyd, George. The goat in. Baldwin and the Conservative Party --The shock of defeat --The empire crusade --The uneasy truce --The brink of collapse --Churchill and India --The ides of March --The impact of the slump --The national crisis --Conclusion: power and authority in conservative politics.

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