Local and Parliamentary Politics in Liverpool from 1800 to 1911 (Studies in British History S. No. 55)
By: D.Ben Rees (author)Hardback
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In the 19th-century, Liverpool politics was dominated by one party, the Conservatives, who kept a tight grip on the city and the allegiance of its citizens. This text examines why this was so and outlines the factors that played an important part in the life of Liverpool and its politics.
The birthplace of a Prime Minister; bribery, electioneering and municipal responsibilities; a galaxy of politicians - from Finch to the Fenians; a mixed bag of Socialists, trade unionists and others; Liverpool politics in the 1890s; the dawn of a new century.
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