The leadership of Stanley Baldwin in the 1930s

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  • Faith in the leadership of Stanley Baldwin was the main reason that the National Government dominated British politics in the 1930s.
    • Voting System
    • Lack of effective opposition
    • Failure of extremism
    • Conservative stability/ dominance
    • Decline of the Liberals
    • Leadership
      • 'SAFETY FIRST'
      • Traditional England
    • Lack of effective opposition
    • Labour Party splits
      • Failures


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