Heath and Thatcher in Opposition

Heath and Thatcher in Opposition

Caines, Eric

Palgrave Macmillan






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This book traces how Edward Heath and Margaret Thatcher, during their respective years as Conservative Opposition Leaders (1965-70 and 1975-79), managed their Party's attempts to ensure a return to government, each after two electoral defeats.
Chapter 1: Introduction.- Chapter 2: The nature of Conservatism.- Chapter 3: Decline and Fall I.- Chapter 4: Getting used to being out of office.- Chapter 5: Reasons (or excuses?) for failure.- Chapter 6: The road to Selsdon.- Chapter 7: Decline and Fall II.- Chapter 8: Decline and Fall II.- Chapter 9: Keith Joseph's Third Crusade'.- Chapter 10: Internal warfare.- Chapter 11: The inflation nettle.- Chapter 12: The industrial relations nettle.- Chapter 13: Thatcher - ideologue or pragmatist?.- Chapter 14: Conclusion - Heath and Thatcher in Opposition.- Bibliography.- Index
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