New Liberalism 1902-1918: The Beginings

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  • 1906 New Liberalism provided inspiration for the reforms of 1906-1914


  • New Liberalism influenced by philosopher T.H. Green and writer J. A. Hobson
  • It was drawn up by radical Liberals that thought the past was too concerned with individual liberty
  • The individual liberty led to ignore the needs of those in appalling conditions of work


  • Change of attitude toward the state


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