The Conservatives and the ideology of landownership, 1910-1914

Packer, Ian (1996) The Conservatives and the ideology of landownership, 1910-1914. In: The Conservatives and British society 1880-1990. University of Wales Press, Cardiff, pp. 39-57. ISBN 0708313639

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Abstract

Lloyd George's Land Campaign of 1912-14 presented Conservatives with a dual ideological dilemma: how to separate out the party's involvement with landlordism from its wider concerns; and how to respond to a popular programme of social reform. Neither element could be easily resolved and Conservatism's difficulties in responding to the Land Campaign were important elements in the party's problems in the pre-World War One period.

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Additional Information:Lloyd George's Land Campaign of 1912-14 presented Conservatives with a dual ideological dilemma: how to separate out the party's involvement with landlordism from its wider concerns; and how to respond to a popular programme of social reform. Neither element could be easily resolved and Conservatism's difficulties in responding to the Land Campaign were important elements in the party's problems in the pre-World War One period.
Keywords:Conservative Party, Land reform
Subjects:V Historical and Philosophical studies > V210 British History
Divisions:College of Arts > Lincoln School of Humanities
ID Code:5736
Deposited By: Ian Packer
Deposited On:30 May 2012 22:02
Last Modified:30 May 2012 22:02

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