Palmerston and the Politics of Foreign Policy, 1846-55
"Palmerston and the Politics of Foreign Policy, 1846-1855" offers a new interpretation of mid-Victorian politics and of the career of one of the period's most important figures, Lord Palmerston, through an analysis of the domestic context for his foreign policy. Combining a traditional high political approach with a broad examination of popular politics, this important study provides a fresh reading of the politics of Palmerston's foreign policy and its bearing on the development of the Liberal party, as well as considering its relationship to Palmerston's own political position.
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