Liberalism Divided: A Study in British Political Thought, 1914-1939

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INDEX
Acquisitive Society, The75, 260, 317
Addison, C.210 n., 255
agriculture, see land
Alden, P.188
Allen, C.356
Angell, N.356
Aristotle32, 39, 136, 249, 250, 300
Arnold, M.273
Asquith, H. H.22, 45, 76, 79, 84, 85, 96, 101
atomism 5, 299, 282, 301
rejection of 34, 241, 251, 276-7, 309, 312
see also individualism
Attlee, C.316 n., 327
authority 3, 289-90, 316, 332, 335
Authority in the Modern State296, 298, 311
autonomy, moral 23, 270, 285
Bacon, F.260
Barker, E.70, 129, 223, 229, 266, 289, 319, 330-1, 340-1, 356
Beauchamp, Lord129
Benn, E.267, 327
Bentham, J.170, 224, 239, 271, 299, 301, 310
Bergson, H.234
Bernays, R.339
Beveridge, W.' H.16, 83, 110, 256, 370
and family endowment 99
and insurance 98, 100, 367-8, 370
and liberalism 98-9, 366-71
and the LSS 98
and planning 356 n.
Beveridge Report 16, 116 n., 366-71
Bevin, E.164, 357
birth control 94, 160
'Bloc des Gauches' 217, 326, 341-2
Bonham-Carter, M.76, 84
Bonham-Carter, V.87
Boothby, R.353
Bosanquet, B.34-6, 229 n.
Bradley, F. H.231
Brand, R. H.135
Bright, J.131
Britain's Industrial Future104, 105-18, 119, 120-1, 124, 141, 145, 147, 150, 185, 207, 244, 253, 315, 323-4, 337, 339-40, 343, 344, 346, 347, 352, 353, 355, 358, 361,
bureaucracy 27-8, 83, 185-6, 195, 197, 259, 298, 311, 355, 362
Burke, E.266
Burns, C. D.17, 28, 224 n., 317, 319, 351 n.
and democracy 289, 332, 335-6, 365
and economics 53, 74, 227, 240-1, 242, 277
and equality 335
and ethics 227-8, 239, 289-90
and guild socialism 73-4
and Idealism 33, 239, 289
and industry 52-3, 73-4, 227, 239-40
and the Labour party 203
and liberty 227, 240, 262, 267, 272-3, 276-7, 278-9, 282, 336
and organicism 244, 335
and planning 355
and power 272, 289-90
and productivity 48, 53, 239-41
and property 262
and psychology 203, 234, 239-41, 273, 276, 336
and reconstruction 48-9
and rights 28
and the state 28, 38-9, 43-4, 74, 227, 289
and trade unions 198
and work 242-3
on Hobson73, 227
on Laski289
on Spencer41
Cadbury, L. J.344, 356
Campbell-Bannerman, H.221
Can Lloyd George Do It?119-20
capital 41, 61, 64, 75, 136, 140-1, 148, 152, 190, 200, 264-5, 305, 323, 338
capital levy 151-4, 347
capitalism 76, 135, 149, 169, 182, 189, 322, 324, 329, 357, 362-3

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS vii
  • Contents ix
  • ABBREVIATIONS AND CONVENTIONS xi
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - The War on Liberalism 18
  • 3 - The Worker as Citizen 45
  • 4 - The Liberal Summer School: the First Decade 78
  • 5 - Human Nature, Economic Laws, and the Reconstitution of Capitalism 127
  • 6 - Liberalism, Socialism, and Labour 177
  • 7 - The Elements of Liberal Humanism 223
  • 8 - Socialism with a Liberal Face 294
  • 9 - A Decade of Dormancy 329
  • SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY 373
  • Index 385
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