Liberalism and the Social Problem: Churchill, Winston S. Liberalism and the Social Problem: Churchill, Winston S.

Liberalism and the Social Problem

Churchill, Winston S.

Editorial: Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1909
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First edition of the obscure but important title, consisting of speeches by the young reforming liberal that was pre 1910 Churchill. 5000 copies printed but the survival rate seems far lower than for the earlier tales of travel and adventure. Bound in smooth burgundy cloth, gilt titles on spine, author?s signature blocked on cover. 414 pages, no illustrations. Original cloth is clean, good colour, gilt titles clear but not shiny, some pucker along joints. Front hinge cracking. Owner stamped on front and rear endpapers with attempted erasure worn through front free endpaper. (ICS A15a). N° de ref. de la librería 36514

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Título: Liberalism and the Social Problem
Editorial: Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1909
Encuadernación: Hardcover
Edición: 1st Edition

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Descripción Createspace, United States, 2014. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 279 x 216 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. The series of speeches included in this volume ranges, in point of time, from the earlier months of Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman s Government to the latest phase in the fortunes of Mr. Asquith s succeeding Ministry, and forms an argumentative defence of the basis of policy common to both Administrations. The addresses it contains deal with nearly all the great political topics of the last four years-with Free Trade, Colonial Preferences, the South African settlement, the latest and probably the final charter of trade unionism, the Miners Bill, the measures for establishing Trade Boards and Labour Exchanges, the schemes of compulsory and voluntary assurance, and the Budget. They possess the further characteristic of describing and commending these proposals as interdependent parts of a large and fruitful plan of Liberal statesmanship. Of this scheme the Budget is at once the foundation and the most powerful and attractive feature. If it prospers, the social policy for which it provides prospers too. If it fails, the policy falls to the ground. The material of these speeches is therefore of great importance to the future of democracy in this country. Let me say a word as to their authorship. To a friendly critic they appear to present not only rare and highly trained qualities of statement and persuasion, but a unity and sincerity of thought which give them a place above mere party dialectics. Mr. Churchill s distinguished service to Liberalism has not been long in point of years, but it opened with the first speeches he ever delivered in the House of Commons. No competent observers of political activities, and of the characters and temperaments which direct them, can have doubted from the first moment of Mr. Churchill s appearance on the stage where his moral and intellectual sympathies lay and whither they would lead him. It is a true and, indeed, an obvious comment on his career to say that he began where his father left off-as a Democrat and a Free Trader, and that on these inherited instincts and tendencies he has built what both his friends and his enemies expected him to build. Mr. Churchill came to Liberalism from the same fold as Gladstone, and for the same reason-that it presented the one field of work open to a political talent of a high stamp, and to a wide and eager outlook on the future of our social order. Nº de ref. de la librería APC9781502414571

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Descripción Createspace, United States, 2014. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 279 x 216 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.The series of speeches included in this volume ranges, in point of time, from the earlier months of Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman s Government to the latest phase in the fortunes of Mr. Asquith s succeeding Ministry, and forms an argumentative defence of the basis of policy common to both Administrations. The addresses it contains deal with nearly all the great political topics of the last four years-with Free Trade, Colonial Preferences, the South African settlement, the latest and probably the final charter of trade unionism, the Miners Bill, the measures for establishing Trade Boards and Labour Exchanges, the schemes of compulsory and voluntary assurance, and the Budget. They possess the further characteristic of describing and commending these proposals as interdependent parts of a large and fruitful plan of Liberal statesmanship. Of this scheme the Budget is at once the foundation and the most powerful and attractive feature. If it prospers, the social policy for which it provides prospers too. If it fails, the policy falls to the ground. The material of these speeches is therefore of great importance to the future of democracy in this country. Let me say a word as to their authorship. To a friendly critic they appear to present not only rare and highly trained qualities of statement and persuasion, but a unity and sincerity of thought which give them a place above mere party dialectics. Mr. Churchill s distinguished service to Liberalism has not been long in point of years, but it opened with the first speeches he ever delivered in the House of Commons. No competent observers of political activities, and of the characters and temperaments which direct them, can have doubted from the first moment of Mr. Churchill s appearance on the stage where his moral and intellectual sympathies lay and whither they would lead him. It is a true and, indeed, an obvious comment on his career to say that he began where his father left off-as a Democrat and a Free Trader, and that on these inherited instincts and tendencies he has built what both his friends and his enemies expected him to build. Mr. Churchill came to Liberalism from the same fold as Gladstone, and for the same reason-that it presented the one field of work open to a political talent of a high stamp, and to a wide and eager outlook on the future of our social order. Nº de ref. de la librería APC9781502414571

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Descripción ARC MANOR, United States, 2007. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 211 x 135 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.A fascinating collection of early speeches to Parliament from perhaps the greatest orator and statesman of the twentieth century and the winner of the 1953 Nobel Prize in Literature. **** In 1904 Winston S. Churchill crossed the parliamentary floor and became a member of the Liberal Party. When the Liberals took office, Churchill became the Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies becoming the most prominent member of the Government outside the Cabinet (in 1908 he also became a member of the Cabinet). **** The speeches in this collection deal with some of the most important issues of the day, including the adoption of constitutions for the defeated Boer republics of Transvaal and the Orange River Colony and the People s Budget, a new wealth redistribution scheme of the Liberal Government. The fight over this plan led to a bitter battle between the Government and the House of Lords, with the House of Lords unsuccessfully challenging the power of the Commons for the first time since the 17th century. This eventually led to the Parliament Act of 1911, restricting the power of the House of Lords by asserting the legislative powers of the House of Commons. **** Not only is this collection noteworthy for its historical context, it also presents a keen insight into the early political thinking and development of one of the greatest minds of the twentieth century; Winston Spencer Churchill, member of parliament, statesman, orator, Nobel Prize winner and the Prime Minister of Great Britain during its greatest hour of need - World War II. Nº de ref. de la librería AAV9780978653644

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