SDP: The Birth, Life and Death of the Social Democratic Party

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Contents xiii
  • Part 1 - Birth 1
  • 1 - Pre-History: 1964-1979 3
  • 2 - The Gang of Three 27
  • 3 - Jenkins and the Jenkinsites 52
  • 4 - Anguish: Severe Mental Pain 71
  • 5 - Born in Despair 85
  • 6 - Defectors and Loyalists 104
  • Part II - Infancy 129
  • 8 - The Golden Age: March--December 1981 131
  • 9 - Jenkins as Leader: 1982-1983 146
  • 10 - A 'Partnership of Principle' 189
  • 11 - Disappointment: June 1983 191
  • Part III - Anatomy 215
  • 12 - New Institutions for a New Party 217
  • 13 - Machinery, Members and Money 238
  • 14 - A Media Party? 254
  • 15 - The Party of a New Class? 272
  • 16 - The Sdp, the Alliance and the Electorate 283
  • Part IV - Maturity and Death 301
  • 17 - The Owen Ascendancy I: 1983-1985 303
  • 18 - The Owen Ascendancy Ii: 1985-1987 338
  • 19 - Humiliation: June 1987 366
  • 20 - The Sdp Disintegrates: 1987-1988 383
  • 21 - Of Merger and a Dead Parrot 411
  • 22 - Who was to Blame? 441
  • Part V - Obituary 453
  • 23 - The Sdp: a Study in Failure 455
  • Epilogue 471
  • Appendix 1 476
  • Bibliography 588
  • Index 599
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