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Sir Robert Peel statesmanship, power and party /

Is Peel's reputation as an excellent Prime Minister justified? Evans questions this usual assumption and shows how Peel was largely responsible for the break-up of the Conservative party in 1846 and for its political wilderness.

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  • "Is Peel's reputation as an excellent Prime Minister justified? Evans questions this usual assumption and shows how Peel was largely responsible for the break-up of the Conservative party in 1846 and for its political wilderness."@en
  • "Is Peel's reputation as an excellent Prime Minister justified? Evans questions this usual assumption and shows how Peel was largely responsible for the break-up of the Conservative party in 1846 and for its political wilderness."
  • "Provides an introduction to the life and career of Sir Robert Peel - one of the most important political leaders of the nineteenth century. This book assesses Peel's career, and includes a glossary of key terms, plus a bibliography."@en
  • ""Sir Robert Peel" provides an accessible and concise introduction to the life and career of one of the most political leaders of the nineteenth century. Perhaps best known for seeing through the Repeal of the Corn Laws, Peel had an enormous impact on political life of his age and beyond. Eric J. Evans reassesses Peel's career, arguing that although Peel's executive and administrative strengths were great, his arrogance, lack of empathy with the development of political parties and his inflexible commitment to economic liberalism presented political problems which he was incapable of solving. This expanded and fully revised second edition: fully engages with the extensive new historical work on Sir Robert Peel published since the first edition appeared fifteen years ago; includes a glossary of key terms plus an updated and expanded bibliography, including listing useful websites. "Sir Robert Peel" is the perfect introduction for all students of nineteenth-century history."
  • "Eric Evans presents an introduction to the life and career of British Prime Minister, Sir Robert Peel. The author reassesses Peel's career, arguing that although his executive and administrative strengths were great, he presented political problems which he was incapable of solving."@en
  • "Eric Evans presents an introduction to the life and career of British Prime Minister, Sir Robert Peel. The author reassesses Peel's career, arguing that although his executive and administrative strengths were great, he presented political problems which he was incapable of solving."

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