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THE PARTIES

taining a remarkable share of the Cabinet offices, as a glance at the Baldwin governments will adequately shew. To them is now being added a wealthy industrial oligarchy that is already entering on its second and third generation.(1)
In the Liberal Party the quarrel that broke out in 1886 between the Whigs and the Radicals had two effects. It meant that the Birmingham caucus "lost most of the men who lent it respectability."(2) With Chamberlain they went over as Liberal Unionists to the Tories, and the great majority whom they left behind followed Gladstone. It meant also that the party machine, having lost its chief figures and owing its survival to its association with Gladstone, came under the dominance of the official leaders and was moved to London. Gladstone himself, however, acted as a brake on the Liberal coach and the Whig element was strongly represented in his last Cabinet, half of whom were peers. The party machine of the Liberal Federation, that proud Liberal Parliament in which discussion had been largely free and where many radical proposals had been aired, had now come under the control of Gladstone and the official leaders, and that control was used to stifle the discussion of inconvenient suggestions such as an eight-hour day (1891), and the machine became more and more a rubber stamp for official decisions. Protest came from Labouchere(3) and others on the more progressive side, but it was unavailing. "The notion of political orthodoxy penetrated the Liberal organisation from one end to the other. ... The principal leaders of the caucus proved

1 Mr. Baldwin, the son of an industrial magnate, and one himself,
the Chamberlains, Runciman. In his Cabinets there have figured the sons of Lords Salisbury, Londonderry, Harlech, Derby, Scarsdale, Peel, Halifax, Zetland, of the Dukes of Northumberland and Devonshire, and the nephew of the Duke of Fife:
2 Ostrogorski, vol. i, p. 300.
3 Ibid., vol. i, p. 304.

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