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THE PARTIES

number of agricultural and other workers in 1884-be made to this more extensive electorate and to a generation less ready to acknowledge the superiority of a traditional landed aristocracy over a bourgeoisie increasingly wealthy and respectable. "If the Tory party is to continue to exist as a power in the state it must become a popular party. ... The party chiefs live in an atmosphere in which a sense of the importance of their class interests and privileges is exaggerated, and to which the opinions of the common people can scarcely penetrate. They are surrounded by sycophants. ... They half fear and half despise the common people." The struggle in the Conservative Party resulted in victory to the leaders. Churchill, who was given the second place in the Salisbury government of 1886 because he represented urban and industrial Toryism, contributed to his own defeat by hasty resignation and ill-considered opposition. The provincial associations rallied round the national leaders to preserve party unity, and "the representative organisation became almost a satellite of the leaders."(1) So it has remained. But the lesson was learnt. The same division between the traditionalist, drawing his strength and inspiration from the agricultural south, and the Tory democrat, who remembers the industrial north, has produced, it is true, its crisis in the post-War Conservative Party. The first requisite of the successful Tory leader is that he shall know how to maintain that alliance. Salisbury did it by appealing to the spirit of imperialism and uniting with the Liberal Unionists, Baldwin by resorting to the idea of national unity so popular in the post-War Europe of dictators, and by adding MacDonald and Simon to his collaborators. Granted this able recognition of necessities, the great families have been successful in main

1 Ostrogorski, p. 323.

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