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The Liberal cave and the 1914 budget

Packer, Ian (1996) The Liberal cave and the 1914 budget. English Historical Review, 111 (442). pp. 620-635. ISSN 0013-8266

Full content URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/ehr/CXI.442.620

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Abstract

The tax rises in Liberal Government's Budget of 1914 faced considerable opposition from a group of Liberal MPs known as 'the cave'. This has often been seen as an example of the increasing unwillingness of many Edwardian Liberals to accept further plans for social reform. The article argues that this was not the case and that 'the cave' acted from disparate motives and were not a serious obstacle to the 'New Liberalism'.

Additional Information:The tax rises in Liberal Government's Budget of 1914 faced considerable opposition from a group of Liberal MPs known as 'the cave'. This has often been seen as an example of the increasing unwillingness of many Edwardian Liberals to accept further plans for social reform. The article argues that this was not the case and that 'the cave' acted from disparate motives and were not a serious obstacle to the 'New Liberalism'.
Keywords:Liberal Party, Lloyd George, Budget
Subjects:V Historical and Philosophical studies > V210 British History
Divisions:College of Arts > School of History & Heritage > School of History & Heritage (History)
ID Code:5716
Deposited On:27 May 2012 20:20

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