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by David Marquand

  • ISBN: 0434450960
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: David Marquand
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: William Heinemann Ltd (October 26, 1992)
  • Pages: 248
  • ePub book: 1411 kb
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This book explores the central paradox of British democracy - the fact that Conservative governments have held office for nearly 50 of the 70 years since manhood . The Progressive Dilemma:. has been added to your Cart.

This book explores the central paradox of British democracy - the fact that Conservative governments have held office for nearly 50 of the 70 years since manhood suffrage was introduced in 1918 - as well as the dilemmas and ambiguities of the 20th century British left. The book analyzes the reasons why the Labour Party of the 1920s failed to construct a Labour-dominated coalition which held power before World War I and examines the roles of individual socialist and social democratic politicians.

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His previous books include "Ramsay MacDonald" and "The Unprincipled Society".

In the 19th century the vote was championed by radicals and opposed by conservatives, yet, since universal adult suffrage came to Britain, Conservative or ed governments have held power for more than 70% of the time. This book explores the growth of social democracy and the policy dilemmas that social democrats face today. INT AFF. Ghita Ionescu. It breaks new ground by relating recent literature on social democracy in Europe to Scandinavia.

In this account of the dilemmas and ambiguities of the 20th-century British Left, David Marquand explores the origins and implications of the central paradox of British democracy. In the 19th century the vote was championed by radicals and opposed by conservatives, yet, since universal adult suffrage came to Britain, Conservative or Conservative-dominated governments have held power for more than 70% of the time. The author was a Labour MP for 11 years before taking part in the creation of the SDP. His previous books include "Ramsay MacDonald" and "The Unprincipled Society".