4 edition of Conservative Party since 1945 found in the catalog.
by Manchester University Press, Distributed exclusively in the USA by St. Martin"s Press in Manchester, UK, New York, New York
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 191-200) and index.
|Statement||edited by Stuart Ball.|
|Series||Documents in contemporary history|
|Contributions||Ball, Stuart, 1956-|
|LC Classifications||JN1129.C7 C5748 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 205 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||205|
|ISBN 10||0719040124, 0719040132|
|LC Control Number||99231191|
The 20th century was the Conservative century, with the Conservatives remaining the natural party of government for most of it. Before , there were only three general elections that gave the left untrammelled power to do things that the Tories did not like - (though the Liberals faced a hereditary upper house with theoretically unlimited powers), and The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America: Since by George H. Nash. Basic Books. pp. $ Up from Communism: Conservative Odysseys in .
This chapter addresses the longer-term development of Conservative Party thinking. Attention is focused first on the emergence and development of modern One Nation Conservatism from the end of the war until the demise of the Douglas-Home government in Second, attention is given to the neo-liberal turn in the Conservative approach to the welfare state, which surfaced briefly in the early Author: Robert M. Page. This book explains the development of the Conservative Party’s immigration policy during the seven decades since , up to today. By bringing together existing theories from the fields of political science and migration studies, this book offers a new model of party policy-making, which could be modified and tested in other : Rebecca Partos.
Book Re vie ws The Conservatives since The Drivers of Party Change, by Tim Bale (Oxford: Oxford U.P., ; pp. £55). There is a commonly held view that a large electoral defeat is the key factor which stimulates a party to change its top personnel, its organisation, policy and image. This assumption has, however, been challenged by political scientists following in the. A key intervention came in , when Stuart Ball published Baldwin and the Conservative Party on the party’s period of crisis in opposition to the second Labour government (–31). That book was important not just in its findings, but also in its method: it sought to use archives from every layer of the party, and, in particular, made.
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Ships from and sold by by: This book explores the evolution of the Conservative Right in Britain since It first presents core views and points of tension within the movement.
It then looks at the evolution along the themes of the Empire, immigration, Europe, the constitution, the UK union, the economy and social : Palgrave Macmillan. The Conservatives since The Drivers of Party Change, by Tim Bale The Drivers of Party Change, by Tim Bale, The English Historical Review, VolumeIssueJunePages –, Tim Bale sets out to test theories about the causes of change using a detailed investigation of the Conservative Party between and Author: Florence Sutcliffe-Braithwaite.
The Conservatives Since The Drivers of Party Change. Tim Bale. Oxford University Press. Find this book: In recent years Tim Bale has established himself as the preeminent academic working on the Conservative Party.
The Conservative Party is usually seen as being non-ideological. This book is the first comprehensive treatment of the political thought of the Conservative Party examining the major elements of Conservative thinking sincecross-cutting thematic issues and commentaries from Format: Paperback.
Conservative Party, byname Tories, in the United Kingdom, a political party whose guiding principles include the promotion of private property and enterprise, the maintenance of a strong military, and the preservation of traditional cultural values and institutions.
Since World War I the Conservative Party and its principal opponent, the Labour Party, have dominated British political life. The Conservative Party and European Integration since adopts a thematic line based around two chronological periods, –75 and –, and uses different methodological approaches.
It explores the shifting stances amongst Conservatives within an economic, political and international context as the party adjusted to the decline of. The Conservatives since The Drivers of Party Change Tim Bale. First single-authored political science treatment of the Conservative Party since ; Provides a degree view of the Party over half of a century under seven leaders.
Conservative Party since Manchester, UK ; New York: Manchester University Press ; New York: Distributed exclusively in the USA by St. Martin's Press, (OCoLC) The Conservatives Since The Drivers of Party Change He is the author of the prize-winning book, The Conservative Party from Thatcher to Cameron and has written for the Financial Times and the Guardian, as well as contributing to television and radio shows both in.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 vol. (XIII p.) ; 24 cm. Contents: Introduction 1. Conservative Moves Towards Europe, Abstract. No history of post-war Britain can be complete without a study of the country’s most enduringly successful political organisation — the Conservative Party.
Yet despite the party’s record, it has been much less studied by historians and political analysts than its less successful rival, the Labour Party. 1 Readers of this chapter should, therefore, appreciate that many areas of Author: Anthony Seldon.
With the Conservative Party breaking new ground in forming a coalition government with the Liberal Democrats, this book examines the development and content of the Conservatives' approaches to social policy and how they inform the Coalition's policies. Chapters cover the development of Conservative Party social policy and specific policy areas.
But then, George H. Nash's The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America Sincefirst published inis an unusual book in many ways, not least because it gives serious consideration Author: Robert M. Page. The Conservative Party, officially the Conservative and Unionist Party, is a centre-right political party in the United governing party sinceit is the largest in the House of Commons, with Members of also has members of the House of Lords, 4 members of the European Parliament, 31 Members of the Scottish Parliament, 11 members of the Welsh Assembly, 8 Committee Acting Chair: Sir Graham Brady.
In The Conservative Party and European Integration since At the heart of Europe?, N. Crowson sets out to analyse the thought of the Conservative Party faithful on Europe, and to investigate the role that the party played in the formation of policy at the highest levels of the n seeks to move beyond the more traditional explanation of foreign policy formation.
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The general election of is described as ‘the Waterloo of the Conservative party’. Yet, in the Conservatives returned to power and were to remain in office for thirteen years. The Conservative Party has been a dominant force in post-war politics, shaping and responding to fundamental changes in society, the economy, and Britain's place in the world.
This book explores the fifty years from Winston Churchill's landslide defeat in to the long tenure of power under Margaret Thatcher and John Major in the s and : Stuart Ball. The United Kingdom general election was a national election held on 5 Julythough polling in some constituencies was delayed by several days, while the counting of votes was delayed until 26 July to provide time for overseas votes to be brought to Britain.
The governing Conservative Party sought to maintain their position within parliament, but faced challenges from public opinion Turnout: %, %. A specter has been haunting the British Conservative Party for the last 30 years and that specter is Europe.
N.J. Crowson's The Conservative Party and European Integration since is to be commended for providing historical perspective to current Conservative attitudes and for chronicling the evolution of the party towards Euroscepticism.
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