Table of contents for Gladstone and Disraeli / Stephen J. Lee.

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Contents
List of illustrations
Introduction
Outline chronology
1. Gladstone and Disraeli before 1868
o Background
o Analysis 1: Compare the contributions made to British politics between 1832 and 1868 by Gladstone and Disraeli.
o Analysis 2: How and why have interpretations differed about the achievements of Gladstone and Disraeli before 1868?
o Sources 1: Disraeli and the Conservative party before 1866
o Sources 2: Interpretations of the influence of Peel on Gladstone
2. The ideas of Gladstone and Disraeli 
o Background
o Analysis 1: Compare and contrast the main ideas of Gladstone and Disraeli.
o Analysis 2: How have historians assessed the ideas and attitudes of Gladstone and Disraeli? Why have their explanations differed?
o Sources 1: 'Disraelian Conservatism' and 'Tory Democracy'
o Sources 2: Interpretations of the ideas of Gladstone and Disraeli
3. Social, economic and institutional reforms
o Background
o Analysis 1: Compare the contributions of Gladstone and Disraeli to the development of the British economy.
o Analysis 2: How have historians viewed the economic, social and institutional reforms of Gladstone and Disraeli?
o Sources 1: Disraeli's social reforms
o Sources 2: Interpretations of the reforms of Gladstone's first ministry (1868-74) and Disraeli's second ministry (1874-80)
4. Constitutional reforms
o Background
o Analysis 1: Compare the attitudes and policies of Gladstone and Disraeli on the reform of Parliament.
o Analysis 2: Examine the views of historians on Gladstone, Disraeli and the Reform Acts of 1867 and 1884.
o Sources 1: Gladstone and Parliamentary reform
o Sources 2: Interpretations of Disraeli and the 1867 Reform Act
5. Foreign policy
o Background
o Analysis 1: Compare the aims of Gladstone and Disraeli in their foreign policies between 1868 and 1885.
o Analysis 2: How have historians interpreted the involvement of Gladstone and Disraeli in the Eastern Question between 1870 and 1885?
o Sources 1: The 'Bulgarian Horrors'
o Sources 2: Interpretations of Disraeli and the Treaty of Berlin (1878)
6. Imperialism and Empire
o Background
o Analysis 1: Compare the records of Gladstone and Disraeli on imperial issues.
o Analysis 2: Consider the range of historical viewpoints on the reasons behind the imperial policies of Gladstone and Disraeli.
o Sources 1: Problems in the Empire
o Sources 2: Interpretations of motives for Empire
7. Ireland
o Background
o Analysis 1: Did Disraeli give the Conservative Party 'a policy on Ireland'?
o Analysis 2: How have historians interpreted the reasons for and effects of Gladstone's pursuit of the policy of Home Rule for Ireland?
o Sources 1: 'Irish Home Rule' and its implications for 'Empire'
o Sources 2: Interpretations of Gladstone and Ireland
8. Gladstone, Disraeli and their political parties
o Background
o Analysis 1: Compare the contributions made to their political parties by Gladstone and Disraeli.
o Analysis 2: How have historians interpreted the contributions of Gladstone and Disraeli to their parties?
o Sources 1: The electoral performance of the Liberals and Conservatives 1865-95
o Sources 2: Interpretations of the effect of Gladstone on the Liberal party
Notes
Bibliography 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1837-1901.
Gladstone, W. E. (William Ewart), 1809-1898.
Disraeli, Benjamin, Earl of Beaconsfield, 1804-1881.
Prime ministers -- Great Britain -- Biography.