7 edition of British politics since 1945 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -364) and index.
|Series||Making contemporary Britain series, Making contemporary Britain.|
|LC Classifications||DA589.7 .D67 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 378 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||378|
|ISBN 10||0631190740, 0631190759|
|LC Control Number||95018884|
He therefore ruled that while preparations for social reform could be made in wartime, British politics since 1945 book must await the outcome of the first post-war general election. It was one of the thing people were not satisfied about and so a failure of the Labour Party especially as the middle-class was annoyed by council houses. This caused the bitter split inside the Labour party. All hospitals were nationalized and brought into the system. John Carrier and Ian Kendall find that the mission for Minister of Health Aneurin Bevan was resolving "The potential conflict between the aim of providing a universalist, comprehensive health service of a good standard and that of containing health costs to a reasonable level, and how to finance the system in such a way that certainty and sufficiency of funds could be guaranteed. Print this page Politics in peacetime Between and Winston Churchill was probably the most popular British prime minister of all time.
Did the Conservative waste 13 years ? Reviews: "Pippa Norris has produced a very solid and thorough book that will be useful for teaching. The result plunged him into depression and his party into shock, but it was not quite as bad as it seemed. The period from was the classic era of two-party dominance at every level of British politics: at Westminster, county hall, and in the electorate. Absorbed in the conduct of the war he was resentful of what he thought of as distractions, and especially of the raising of issues likely to cause disputes within the coalition. SNP was the central force behind the Yes campaign and is polling at similar levels for the upcoming general election.
Public ownership was meant to lead to increased efficiency and consequently lower prices. SNP was the central force behind the Yes campaign and is polling at similar levels for the upcoming general election. He or she may also be supported by a number of junior Ministers. In the end of the war, the government brought in nationalisation but left managers in their job. How effective was the NHS?
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What follows is a crash course in the political institutions, political history and current political situation of the U. It is British politics since 1945 book it was a bad idea of Attlee to choose Bevan as the Minister of Health AND Housing because he necessarily could not succeed as well in the two areas.
After the bombings British politics since 1945 book Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the US ended lend-lease and demanded repayment from Britain.
Why are the Liberal Democrats currently in coalition with the major party of the right, the Conservatives? He produced what amounted to a comprehensive manifesto of social reform, including social security, a National Health Service, a full employment policy and other advances.
It was also one for which he was partly responsible, because the very qualities that had made him a great leader in war were ill-suited to domestic politics in peacetime. The remainder went mostly for machinery and oil.
They vilified members of the pre-war Conservative party as having been appeasers of Hitler, and of having been responsible for the failure to re-arm Britain. While the Prime Minister is the senior Cabinet Minister, they are theoretically bound to make executive decisions in a collective fashion with the other Cabinet ministers.
Why has British membership of the European Union rarely attracted a national consensus? The result plunged him into depression and his party into shock, but it was not quite as bad as it seemed.
Historically, the British monarch was the sole source of executive powers in the government. Overseas spending was considered too high.
The Viceroy of India warned he needed a further seven army divisions to prevent communal violence if British politics since 1945 book negotiations failed. Top Public opinion It seems likely that British politics since 1945 book result of the general election could have been predicted long in advance.
What have been the perceived advantages and disadvantages of British membership of the European Union? On the other hand, prefabs meant to be temporary stayed a long time years. The expense was increasing with the atomic weapon even if Britain was decreasing the size of the army and reducing the number of battleships.
Now in a substantially expanded new edition, the author extends his exploration of the debate over "consensus" up to the present day. They could go on having inefficient habits. Never was a party so leaderless as the Conservative Party is today More doctors in depraved areas were not as qualified and so working-class people did not get exactly the same care in the end.
Churchill, however, completely missed the opportunity. So the SNP is the other major new force in U. Why is there a nationalist party advocating independence for Scotland and a whole separate party system in Northern Ireland?
Top Campaigning It was all the more important that he should do this, since the Labour Party was fighting a strong campaign, hammering home its policies on the nationalisation of industry, full employment, social security and the issue which, according to the opinion polls, was most important in the minds of voters - housing.
The repeated emphasis he gave to the need to finish the war against Japan suggested once more that war was his only real interest. Public expenditure remained high. Why did the Labour Government lose the election?
Major franchise expansions were passed in, andgreatly reducing the property thresholds for being able to vote, and the supremacy of British politics since 1945 book House of Commons over the House of Lords in setting policy was established in The political groupings that became the Conservative Party and the Liberal Party emerged from a 19th century realignment of the Whig and Tory parties that developed from the cleavages surrounding the English Civil War and the Glorious Revolution He reinvented himself as a global statesman, doggedly retained the leadership of the Conservative Party, and confidently awaited what he saw as the inevitable reaction against Socialism.Oct 09, · British Politics since offers a comprehensive overview of postwar British politics ideal for introductory students and general readers alike.
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