In 1906, the victorious accomplishment of the Liberals in general election is an unpredicted outbreak. However, the Conservative was failed to earn their position in the history of politics. Whether the Liberals won the election by such a large margin of their great influential success or the Conservative failed to deliver an amicable agreement with the British is doubtable. Numerous factors had contributed to such outcome. Those who sees the remarkable victory of the Liberals might say that it is due to the orchestration on social reform and the introduction of New Liberalism, the working class, who benefit the most from welfare and they were considered as one of the vital concern. The issue that had split the Liberal Party had been put to one side, such as Home Rule for Ireland and the Boer War was over, which in the long term meant the party was stronger because there was agreement throughout. However, The Boar War benefit the Conservative in the short term due to their victory against the Dutch in South Africa. Despite the fact that The Boer War has brought benefits to the Conservative, it actually contributes to the great defeat in 1906. After the war was over it was far more costly in lives and money than they could had been expected, also methods used by the British in defeating the Boers caused moral dispute in Britain, concentration camps were set up for the Boers. Nevertheless, The Boer War also revealed the level of poverty in Britain and this has embarked
condition in which a person, for a sustained period, is unable to eat sufficient food to meet basic nutritional needs.
Throughout history, a large proportion of the world's population have experienced frequent severe hunger. In many cases, this resulted from food supply disruptions caused by war, plagues, or adverse weather. For the first few decades after World War II, technological progress and enhanced political cooperation suggested it might be possible to substantially reduce the number of…
Middles class- 20%
WHO CAUSED THE REVOLUTION?
1) Nobility/ clergy
3) Middle class
5) Enlightenment thinkers
6) Circumstance (Combination of all)
SHORT TERM PROBLEMS:
Economic: French debt from fighting 3 wars
Bad harvests in 1788 and 1789 price of food increased
Political: unfair representation in the Estates General
3rd estate had almost no power wanted equal representation
Social: large younger generation – 30% of the population was under 21 …