The Management of the National Debt of the United Kingdom, 1900-1932

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The Management of the National Debt of the United Kingdom, 1900-1932
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Glossary xiii
  • Abbreviations xvii
  • Issues of British Government Marketable Sterling Debt: 1900-32 (excluding Treasury Bills and War Expenditure Certificates) xx
  • Notes xxii
  • Introduction xxiii
  • Acknowledgements xxix
  • Part I - The Foundations of the Twentieth-Century Debt 1
  • 1 - Sinking Funds, Annuities and Savings Banks 3
  • 2 - An Edwardian Debt 29
  • Part II - The Great War 63
  • 3 - Lloyd George’s Loan 65
  • 4 - Mckenna’s Conversion 91
  • 5 - The Small Saver and Continuous Borrowing 124
  • 6 - The Beginning of Overseas Borrowing and the Anglo-French Loan 150
  • 7 - The Year of Drift 187
  • Endnotes 212
  • 8 - The Year of Drift 215
  • 9 - External Borrowing 1917-18 242
  • Endnotes 275
  • 10 - External Borrowing 1917-18 282
  • 11 - Bonar Law’s Loans 316
  • 12 - National War Bonds and Continuous Borrowing 346
  • Part III - Repayment, Refinancing, Conversion and Funding 379
  • 13 - Victory and Funding 381
  • Endnotes 404
  • 14 - The Struggle for Internal Control, 1919-23 407
  • 15 - The External Market and Canada 450
  • 16 - The Debt to the Us Treasury and the Blackett-Rathbone Talks 476
  • 17 - The Balfour Note and the Baldwin Settlement 512
  • 18 - The Price of Indebtedness, 1924-31 554
  • 19 - The Great Conversion 589
  • 20 - Savings Certificates, Savings Banks and Capital Advances 628
  • 21 - Debt Repayment and the Sinking Funds 662
  • 22 - The Development of Market Management 699
  • Conclusion 722
  • Appendix I 725
  • Appendix II 729
  • Appendix III 731
  • Appendix IV 734
  • Appendix V 736
  • Appendix VI 739
  • Appendix VII 741
  • Biographies 742
  • Works Consulted and the Full References for Material Cited 762
  • Index 775
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