George Dangerfield, author of The Strange Death of Liberal England, detailed the collapse of British Liberalism on the eve of the First World War.
What does TSDOLE stand for?
TSDOLE stands for The Strange Death of Liberal England (band)
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George Dangerfield's controversial history, The Strange Death of Liberal England, describes his country's sudden decline at the peak of its power at the turn of the last century.
Some readers will be reminded of another book with a similar title, The Strange Death of Liberal England, by George Dangerfield, published in 1935.
The Strange Death Of Liberal England - it sounds like a left-wing lament about increasing state control.
Dangerfield, The Strange Death of Liberal England (London, 1935); Lynch, The Liberal Party, Chp.
The title consciously echoes George Dangerfield's The Strange Death of Liberal England, which analysed the decline of the Liberal Party in the early part of the 20th Century.
THE Strange Death of Liberal England (top right) - described by NME, presumably with complimentary intentions, as "Arcade Fire with tattoos" - release new single Oh Solitude on Monday.
The Strange Death of Liberal England are touring during November to support a limited edition 10" vinyl single release.