Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Dictionary of Liberal Thought

This new book has been edited by Duncan Brack and Ed Randall and comes complete with a foreword by Paddy Ashdown. The project as a whole originates from the Liberal Democrat History Group and they are launching it at a Harrogate fringe meeting.

Iain Sharpe suggests that it contains an evaluation of Lord Bonkers' thought by Karl Popper. Not quite, but it does include my entry on Sir Karl.

My reward for contributing is the opportunity to purchase as many copies as I like at a discount. If, as Iain Sharpe believes, every home needs at least three, that could prove rather expensive.

1 comment:

erandall said...

Jonathan, One of the few people to
get a free copy was Paddy...who appears to have been suitably impressed. See: http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/ViewArticle.aspx?ArticleID=2095259&SectionID=98

ER