Political Ideas in Modern Britain: In and after the Twentieth Century

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Index
1956 192 , 255

a
Abel-Smith, Brian 189
Abrams, Philip 211
agricultural settlements 71 , 89
agriculture 81 , 90
Aliens Act, 1905 131
Allett, John 32
Allison, Lincoln 226
Amery, L.S. 54
Amis, Kingsley 193
anarchism 13 , 79 - 81 , 87 , 89 - 90 ;
and individualism 63 -5, 67 ;
and New Left 208 -10;
Morris and 84 -6;
Shaw and 41
Anarchist, The67
Anarchy209
Anderson, Perry 255 , 257 , 260 , 274 , 303
Angell, Norman 141
Angry Silence, The11
Anti-Aggression League 61
anti-Semitism 91 , 131 , 161
Anti-Socialist Union 75
appeasement 174
architecture 11
aristocracy 28 , 50 , 160 ;
Mallock on 73
Arnold, Matthew 111 , 161
Asquith, H.H. 23 , 28 , 33 , 54
Attlee, Clement 135 -6, 140
Auden, W.H. 11 , 167
Avakumovic, I. 87

b
Bagehot, Walter 39 , 111
Baldwin, Stanley 174
Balfour, Arthur, 9
Barker, Sir Ernest 103 , 109 , 141 , 181
Barrett, Michèle 286
Bassett, R.G. 175
Bax, E. Belfort 48 ;
anti-feminism 124 -5;
and Morris 83
Beddoe, Deirdre on Orwell 159
Beilharz, Peter 38
Bellamy, Edward 19 , 89 ;
and Ebenezer Howard 90 ;
Morris on 84 , 85
Belloc, Hilaire 11 , 93 -7, 161 ;
and Cole 104 , 106 ;
anti-Semitism 131 ;
cf. Chamberlain 96 ;
cf. Douglas 138 ;
cf. Hayek 143 ;
The Servile State95 -6;
syndicalists and 96 -7
Beloff, Max 186
Benn, E.J.P. 137 -8, 218 ;
Chesterton on 97
Benn, Tony 216 , 274 -5
Bentham, Jeremy 58 , 59 - 60
Benthamism 57
Berlin, Isaiah 186
Bernstein, Edward 37
Besant, Annie 38
Bevan, Aneurin 191 -2;
and Mosley 169
Beveridge Report 136
Beveridge, William 108 , 116 , 136 ;
and citizenship of the unemployed 116
bill of rights 207 , 208
Birnbaum, Norman 194
Black Papers206
Blair, Tony 269

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements viii
  • 1 - Two Introductions 1
  • 2 - Friends of the Modern State 15
  • 3 - Pleas for Liberty 58
  • 4 - Neither State nor Individual 77
  • 5 - The Pale of the Constitution 111
  • 6 - Accommodations to the Modern State 135
  • 7 - Arrivals and Departures 179
  • 8 - The Death of Conservatism and the Dispersal of Liberalism 223
  • 9 - The Death of Socialism and the Rise of the Left 251
  • 10 - Definitions and Doormats 280
  • 11 - Conclusion 301
  • Bibliography 304
  • Index 343
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