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ISBN:
0708311245
Author:
Kenneth O. Morgan
Category:
Europe
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English
Publisher:
University of Wales Press; 4th edition (October 24, 1991)
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363 pages
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Kenneth Owen Morgan, Baron Morgan, FRHistS FBA FLSW (born 16 May 1934) is a Welsh historian and author, known especially for his writings on modern British history and politics and on Welsh history.

Kenneth Owen Morgan, Baron Morgan, FRHistS FBA FLSW (born 16 May 1934) is a Welsh historian and author, known especially for his writings on modern British history and politics and on Welsh history. He has been an influential intellectual resource in the Labour Party. He grew up in rural Wales and attended Aberdovey Council School in rural Wales, University College School in Hampstead (in London), and Oriel College, Oxford.

Wales in British Politics. has been added to your Cart. A Fellow of the British Academy, and a member of the House of Lords since 2000, Lord Morgan is also an Honourable Fellow of The Queen's College, Oxford, and of Oriel College, Oxford, and a Fellow of the Universities of Swansea, Cardiff, Glamorgan. He has also held the positions of Vice-Chancellor of the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, and Senior Vice-Chancellor of the University of Wales.

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The author illustrates the nature and the limitations of political nationalism that arose in Wales in the last century, and investigates its impact upon Welsh politics and society

The author illustrates the nature and the limitations of political nationalism that arose in Wales in the last century, and investigates its impact upon Welsh politics and society.

Tell us if something is incorrect. Wales in British Politics, 1868-1922. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. The author illustrates the nature and the limitations of political nationalism that arose in Wales in the last century, and investigates its impact upon Welsh politics and society.

WALES IN BRITISH POLITICS, 1868-1922 Kenneth O. Morgan

WALES IN BRITISH POLITICS, 1868-1922 Kenneth O. Morgan illustrates the nature and the limitations of political nationalism that arose in Wales in the last century, and investigates its impact upon Welsh politics and society. He has handled the most explosive material known to historians, modern nationalism.

The book Wales in British Politics, 1868-1922, Kennth O. Morgan is published by University of Wales Press. He outlines and explains the growing awareness of opinion outside Wales of the distinctive needs of the Principality, as the indifference, if not contempt, of mid-Victorian Britain gradually gave way to a more intelligent, if sometimes still patronizing, understanding.

Kenneth O. Morgan is honorary Fellow of the Queen's and Oriel Colleges, Oxford. He is the author of many major works on British history including Wales in British Politics, 1868-1922; The Age of Lloyd George; Keir Hardie: Radical and Socialist; Rebirth of a Nation: Wales 1880-1980; Labour in Power, 1945-51; Consensus and Disunity: the Lloyd George Coalition Government, 1918-1922; Labour People: Leaders and Lieutenants, Hardie to Kinnock; The People's Peace: British. History, 1945-1990; Modern Wales: Politics, Places and People; Callaghan: A Life; The Twentieth Century (A Very Short Intoduction); and Michael Foot: A Life.

Wales in British Politics 1868 - 1922 dealt with the enlarged franchise, the campaign for Disestablishment, Home Rule legislation (mainly with regard to Ireland) and contrasting attitudes to an imminent World War. Freedom or Sacrilege dealt with contrasting stances on the issue of Welsh Church Disestablishment but where he came down in favour of the freedom obtained under the latter. David Lloyd George, Welsh Radical as World Statesman (1963). Wales in British Politics, 1868-1922 (1963, rev ed 1992). Freedom or Sacrilege (1966). The Age of Lloyd George (1971).

The author illustrates the nature and the limitations of political nationalism that arose in Wales in the last century, and investigates its impact upon Welsh politics and society. He outlines and explains the growing awareness of opinion outside Wales of the distinctive needs of the Principality, as the indifference, if not contempt, of mid-Victorian Britain gradually gave way to a more intelligent, if sometimes still patronizing, understanding. An Epilogue takes the account down to 1970, and this revised edition incorporates a number of minor amendments and additions.