Palmerston and the politics of foreign policy, 1846-55

David Brown

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Abstract

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.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationManchester, UK
PublisherManchester University Press
Number of pages239
ISBN (Print)0719061997
Publication statusPublished - 2002

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Keywords

  • palmerston
  • 19th century history
  • british politics
  • foreign policy

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Brown, D. (2002). Palmerston and the politics of foreign policy, 1846-55. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.
Brown, David. / Palmerston and the politics of foreign policy, 1846-55. Manchester, UK : Manchester University Press, 2002. 239 p.
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