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Peel and the Conservative Party 1830-1850.

By: Delman, Paul.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Seminar Studies: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2014Description: 1 online resource (144 p.).ISBN: 9781317880677.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Peel and the Conservative Party 1830-1850Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Introduction to the Series; Foreword; Part One: The Emergence of the Conservative Party; 1 Peel and Toryism; 2 Peel in Opposition, 1830-41; Peel''s Conservatism; Conservative recovery; 3 Peel in Power, 1841-45; Peel as Prime Minister; Social distress and disorder; Finance and free trade; Social reform; Ireland; 4 Conservative Opposition to Peel, 1841-45; Part Two: The Break-Up of the Conservative Party; 5 The Corn Laws Crisis; 6 Peel and the Peelites; Part Three: Assessment; Part Four: Documents; Bibliography; Index
Summary: Sir Robert Peel dominated political life for more than two decades and has been described as the ''founder of modern conservatism.'' This book analyzes the career of Sir Robert Peel in relation to the development of the Conservative Party in the early 19th century. It discusses Peel''s conception of Conservatism, and his work as Prime Minister.
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Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Introduction to the Series; Foreword; Part One: The Emergence of the Conservative Party; 1 Peel and Toryism; 2 Peel in Opposition, 1830-41; Peel''s Conservatism; Conservative recovery; 3 Peel in Power, 1841-45; Peel as Prime Minister; Social distress and disorder; Finance and free trade; Social reform; Ireland; 4 Conservative Opposition to Peel, 1841-45; Part Two: The Break-Up of the Conservative Party; 5 The Corn Laws Crisis; 6 Peel and the Peelites; Part Three: Assessment; Part Four: Documents; Bibliography; Index

Sir Robert Peel dominated political life for more than two decades and has been described as the ''founder of modern conservatism.'' This book analyzes the career of Sir Robert Peel in relation to the development of the Conservative Party in the early 19th century. It discusses Peel''s conception of Conservatism, and his work as Prime Minister.

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Paul Adelman was formerly Reader in History at Kingston University.

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