The Liberal Party and the Jameson Raid

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Clarendon P., 1968 - Great Britain - 336 pages
Attempts to place the Jameson raid in the context of links between foreign (colonial) policy and British imperial policy, and to show how Liberal leaders tried to help Britain recover from the disaster, without damaging prospects of a return to power.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
4
LIBERALS AND SOUTH AFRICA BEFORE 1895
22
CONSPIRACY FIASCO AND REACTION
52
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