The Conservatives and British Society, 1880-1990

Edited by Martin Francis and Ina Zweniger-Bargielowska

The Conservatives and British Society, 1880-1990
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Edited by Martin Francis and Ina Zweniger-Bargielowska

Distributed for University of Wales Press

342 pages | 8-2/5 x 5-3/5
Cloth $65.00 ISBN: 9780708313633 Published October 1996 For sale in North and South America, Australia, and New Zealand only
Contemporary British History
“. . . there is much to recommend this volume . . . It is a book that should find its place on the shelf of any university library.” –Contemporary British History

“ . . . skilfully edited . . .” –Planet

Martin Francis and Ina Zweiniger-Bargielowska, Introduction

Jeremy Smith, Conservative Ideology and Representations of the Union with Ireland 1885-1914
Ian Packet, The Conservatives and the Ideology of Landownership 1910þ1914
Martin Francis, `Set the People Free'? Conservatives and the State 1920-1960
Mark Garnett and Lord Gilmour, Thatcherism and the Conservative Tradition
Felix Aubel, The Conservatives in Wales 1880-1935
Richard Finlay, Scottish Conservatism and Unionism since 1918
Sian Nicholas, The Construction of National Identity
Stanley Baldwin, `Englishness' and the Mass Media in Interwar Britain
Stephen Brooke, The Conservative Party, Immigration, and National Identity 1948-1968

David Jarvis, The Conservative Party and the Politics of Gender 1900-1939
Ina Zweiniger- Bargielowska, Explaining the Gender Gap: The Conservative Party and the Women's Vote 1945-1964
Ewen Green, The Conservative Party, the State and Social Policy 1880-1914
Harriet Jones, The Cold War and the Santa Claus Syndrome: Dilemmas in Conservative Social Policy-Making 1945-1957
Rodney Lowe, The Replanning of the Welfare State 1957-1964
Jim Tomlinson, `Liberty with Order': Conservative Economic Policy 1951þ1964
Martin Daunton, `A Kind of Tax Prison': Rethinking Conservative Taxation Policy 1960-1970
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