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


Liberalism Divided is the first detailed study of British liberal thought in the interwar years. The author reassesses progressive liberalism in light of the partial reaction against the state provoked by World War I. The division of liberal thought into two streams--left-liberalism and centrist-liberalism--is explored, and the changing political theories of major new liberals such as L.T. Hobhouse and J.A. Hobson are contrasted with centrist-liberal ideas.

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Oxford
Publication year:
  • 1986


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