The Brief and Turbulent Life of Modernising Conservatism is an examination of government tensions and frustrations during a time of economic and social flux. It concentrates on the development of domestic industrial policy in the Conservative Party between 1945 and 1964, with particular emphasis on Harold Macmillan's and Sir Alec Douglas-Home's administrations. Between the general elections of 1959 and 1964, the Conservative Government effected a series of striking and dangerously controversi ..
Includes bibliographical references and index
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