Conservatism and Foreign Policy During the Lloyd George Coalition, 1918-1922

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Psychology Press, 1999 - History - 289 pages
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This book considers the evolution of Conservative foreign policy as it developed during the second Lloyd George coalition. It examines the tension between the traditional and the innovative that coloured Conservatives' criticism, positive and negative, of the major foreign-policy issues of the day, and analyses how this tension affected the development of traditional conservative foreign-policy concepts and values - all in the highly problematic context of coalition politics.
 

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Contents

The Challenge
1
The Need for Containment
20
The League of Nations
48
The AngloAmerican Guarantee
69
Myth and Tradition in Conservative Foreign Policy
85
The American Option
107
Conference Cooperation
134
A Question of Empire
155
The French Connection
178
A Dangerous Conspiracy
203
The Most Troublesome of All
228
Coalition Government Conservative
265
AntiCoalition Conservative MPs 191922
271
Index
283
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