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Robert Pearce, who edited History Review from 1998 to 2012, is General Editor of Routledge Historical Biographies. His recent publications include 1930s Britain (Shire, 2010) and British Prime Ministers (Routledge, 2013). He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.
1. Introduction: The shape of British politics 1918-39 2. The Lloyd George coalition 1916-22 3. Three-party politics 1922-9 4. The second Labour Government and the crisis of 1931 5. The National Government 1931-9 6. Opposition in the 1930s 7. The interwar years: a conclusion