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Joseph Chamberlain, (born July 8,London, Eng.—died July 2,London), British businessman, social reformer, radical politician, and ardent imperialist. At the local, national, or imperial level, he was a constructive radical, caring more for practical success than party loyalty or ideological commitment.
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Joseph Chamberlain English Social Politics (Columbia Studies in the Social Sciences)Cited by: 4. Full text of "Joseph Chamberlain And English Social Politics" See other formats. Joseph Chamberlain, British Colonial Secretary from to in the Salisbury administration, remains a subject of controversy for historians largely because of his role in the Jameson Raid.
Just as his contemporary protagonists and antagonists, known as Unionists and pro-Boers, marshalled official and unofficial documents to support their Cited by: 4. Chamberlain, Joseph, –, British statesman. After a successful business career, he entered local politics and won distinction as a reforming mayor of Birmingham (–7.
Joseph Chamberlain and English social politics Elsie E. Gulley Not In Library. Read. Joseph Chamberlain Peter FraserPolitics and government, Biography, Liberal Party (Great2 books Mee, Arthur, 1 book John L.
Marks, 1 book H. Asquith, 1 book George Chetwynd Griffith, 1 book W. Stead, 1 book Richard A. Rempel. Joseph Chamberlain () was the first industrialist to reach the highest sphere of British politics. Notably successful as a young man in Birmingham's metal-manufacturing industry, he tackled politics as businessventure by venture, innovative in organization as well as product, alert to the importance of accounting and marketing.4/5.
Joseph Chamberlain was a British statesman, a colonial administrator and politician who went from being a radical, almost socialist liberal to an arch imperialist serving in a Tory cabinet.
A successful businessman, he became the mayor of Birmingham, using his term to implement policies regarded as being ahead of their time. The Tory Party before Chamberlain hadn't just been a party of the aristocracy and shires, Disraeli had been instrumental in extending the right to vote to many more working men, but without.
Winston Churchill described Joseph Chamberlain as 'the man who made the weather' for twenty years in British politics between the s and the s.
This volume contains contributions on every aspect of Chamberlain's career, including international and cultural perspectives hitherto ignored by his many : Palgrave Macmillan UK.
6 Marsh, Peter T., Joseph Chamberlain: Entrepreneur in Politics (London, ), –79; Jay, Richard, Joseph Chamberlain, a Political Study (Oxford, ), Chamberlain was the only avowed radical to be reported verbatim by the by: 3.
Chamberlain, Sir (Joseph) Austen (–), politician by D. Dutton Chamberlain, Sir (Joseph) Austen (–), politician, was born on 16 October in Harborne Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, the second child and only son of Joseph Chamberlain File Size: KB.
Joseph Chamberlain has 61 books on Goodreads with 51 ratings. Joseph Chamberlain’s most popular book is The True Conception of Empire. Joseph Chamberlain sets the Tories a bad example. of Joseph Chamberlain as his hero is unusual and interesting Chamberlain was in many ways typical of Author: Nicholas Macpherson.
Book Description: Joseph Chamberlain () was the first industrialist to reach the highest sphere of British politics. Notably successful as a young man in Birmingham's metal-manufacturing industry, he tackled politics as business-venture by venture, innovative in organization as well as product, alert to the importance of accounting and marketing.
Neville Chamberlain, prime minister of the United Kingdom fromtowhose name is identified with the policy of ‘appeasement’ toward Adolf Hitler’s Germany in the period immediately preceding World War II.
Learn more about Chamberlain’s life and career in this article. Perhaps this was rhetoric only, but no one could be sure, and in the meantime Chamberlain was caricatured as the English Robespierre. A second comparison with Tony Benn also presents itself.
Chamberlain, too, abandoned in middle age the politics of his youth. But where Benn was born again as a socialist, Chamberlain was a convert to imperialism.The "Civic Gospel" and politics.
Dale's integrity, intelligence, moral passion and oratory soon made him a national figure in an age when the strength of non-conformity was at its highest. He welcomed social improvement and was an advocate, with George Dawson, of what became known in Birmingham as the Civic Gospel.
The health, housing, sanitation and living conditions in Birmingham had Born: 1 DecemberLondon. Joseph Chamberlain: International Statesman, National Leader, Local Icon, the outcome of a conference on Chamberlain, offers varied reappraisals of, and contexts for, Chamberlain’s policies, beliefs and relationships—from his roots in Birmingham nonconformist politics to his South African legacy and the social context of Tariff Reform Author: Emily Jones.