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eBook To Save England from Decline: The National Party of Common Sense: British Conservatism and the Challenge of Democracy (1885-1892) ePub

by Fulvio Cammarano

  • ISBN: 0761819231
  • Category: Europe
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Fulvio Cammarano
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: UPA (March 7, 2001)
  • Pages: 176
  • ePub book: 1818 kb
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Fulvio Cammarano, The Nationalization of Politics and the Politicization of the Narion in Liberal Italy, in R. Lumleu, J. Morris (eds), The New history of the Italian South. The Mezzogiorno Revisited, University of Exeter Press, 1997, pp. 148-155. The National Party of Common Sense: British Conservatism and the Challenge of Democracy (1885-1892), University Press of America, 2001 more. Publication Date: 2001.

Bismarck, Otto von Otto von Bismarck, 1880. Archiv für Kunst und Geschichte, Berlin. By the end of the 19th century, conservative parties throughout Europe had adopted the nationalist strategy. This gave them increased popular appeal in an era of intensifying patriotic feeling, but it also contributed to the climate of international rivalry that culminated in the outbreak of World War I in 1914.

One-nation conservatism, also known as one-nationism or Tory democracy, is a paternalistic form of British political conservatism

One-nation conservatism, also known as one-nationism or Tory democracy, is a paternalistic form of British political conservatism. It advocates the preservation of established institutions and traditional principles within a political democracy, in combination with social and economic programmes designed to benefit the ordinary person. According to this political philosophy, society should be allowed to develop in an organic way, rather than being engineered.

This work aims to investigate the political and intellectual environment that Salisbury worked in following the death of Disraeli and the high mythical status he attained.

The National Party of Common Sense: British Conservatism and the Challenge of Democracy (1885-1892), University Press of America, 2001 S. Botta, F. Cammarano . F. Cammarano, To Save England from Decline. Cammarano, . Piretti, Ministri, sottosegretari e deputati: quali professioni e quali studi, in M. Malatesta, Impegno e potere. Le professioni italiane dall'Ottocento a oggi, Bononia University Press, pp. 51-72. The National Party of Common Sense: British Conservatism and the Challenge of Democracy (1885-1892), University Press of America, 2001.

National conservatism . Disraeli: A Biography of the Victorian Era's Political and Literary Giant (1994). One-nation conservatism was first conceived by the Conservative British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, who presented his political philosophy in two novels – Sybil, Or The Two Nations and Coningsby – published in 1845 and 1844 respectively. Disraeli's conservatism proposed a paternalistic society with the social classes intact but with the working class receiving support from the establishment.

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This work aims to investigate the political and intellectual environment that Salisbury worked in following the death of Disraeli and the high mythical status he attained. An analysis will also be offered of his careful and patient reconstruction of the image of Conservatism. This analysis examines how he gave his party back an identity that had for so many years been uncertain and restored its pride in resisting the processes of democratization, without fear of a direct confrontation with opponents.