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Week two: liberalism: from individualism to collectivism?

Mill and classical Liberalism Ian Bradley (1980), The optimists: themes and personalities in Victorian Liberalism. Matt Carter (2003), T.H. Green and the development of British ethical socialism, ch. 5: Liberalism, socialism and labour Gregory Claeys (1998), Justice, independence and industrial democracy: the development of John Stuart Mills views on socialism in G. W. Smith, ed., John Stuart Mill's social and political thought : critical assessments Vol.3, Politics and government, pp. 287-312 Stefan Collini (1977), Liberalism and the legacy of Mill, Historical Journal, 20, pp. 237-54 Stefan Collini (1991), Public Moralists: political thought and intellectual life in Britain 1850-1930, ch. 8: From dangerous partisan to national possession: John Stuart Mill in English culture 1873-1933 (also ch. 4 also on Mill) Robert Eccleshall (2003), Liberalism in Eccleshall et al, Political Ideologies, pp. 17-45 John R. Fitzpatrick (2006), John Stuart Mill's political philosophy : balancing freedom and the collective good Willard Wolfe (1975) From Radicalism to Socialism. Men and ideas in the formation of Fabian socialism, ch.2: John Stuart Mill and the English socialist tradition. Boyd Hilton (1983), Gladstones theological politics in Michael Bentley and John Stevenson eds, High and Low Politics in Modern Britain: ten studies Shirley Letwin (1965), The Pursuit of Certainty H.C.G. Matthew (1995), Gladstone 1875-98, esp. ch. 7: Domestic policy in the 1880s Harold Perkin (1977), Individualism versus collectivism in the nineteenth century Britain: a false antithesis?, Journal of British Studies, 1977, pp. 105-18 John M. Robson (1968), The improvement of mankind : the social and political thought of John Stuart Mill, ch. 7: Millw views on society and politics Neil Thornton (1927), The problem of Liberalism in the thought of John Stuart Mill

The New Liberalism Michael Barker (1975), Gladstone and Radicalism: the reconstruction of Liberal policy in Britain 1885-94, chs 1-2 Michael Bentley (1987), The Climax of Liberal Politics. British Liberalism in theory and practice 1868-1918 George L. Bernstein (1986), Liberalism and Liberal Politics in Edwardian England David Blaazer (1992) The Popular Front and the Progressive Tradition. Socialists, Liberals and the quest for unity 1884-1939, chs 1-3

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