Marquis of Hartington and the Whigs in the Political Fates of English Liberals in 1870s
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Marquis of Hartington and the Whigs in the Political Fates of English Liberals in 1870s
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S207987840001422-3-1
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10.18254/S0001422-3-1
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The article is devoted to the analysis of the aristocratic Whigs in the political life of the Liberal Party in the period of the Conservative government of B. Disraeli (1874—1880). The problems of the election of the party leader in 1874 and the position of the Whigs towards the questions of the imperial and colonial policy of the Conservatives, in particular of a role of Whigs in the development of the strategy of Liberals during the Anglo-Afghan war, are viewed. In article the participation of the Marquis of Hartington and his supporters in the election campaign of 1880 is also considered.
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Whigs, liberals, radicals, Marquis of Hartington, W. Gladston, the Russian-Turkish War, the Afghan War, the parliament election
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