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The most significant aspect of the extension of the franchise in 1918 was the boost it brought to the Labour Party. In Glasgow in the November General Election of 1922 Labour made its biggest breakthrough. The subsequent Labour success in the parliamentary elections had been signalled by major success in the City of Glasgow municipal elections in 1920. 42 However, too much can be read into this. As important was the collapse of the support by Catholics of the Liberals due to the aggressive attitude of the National Government headed by Lloyd George in Ireland and the (initial) pacification of Irish politics following Partition in 1921.
H. McLeod, ‘Building the “Catholic Ghetto”: Catholic Organisations, 1870–1914’, in Voluntary Religion: Papers Read at the 1985 Summer Meeting and the Winter Meeting of the Ecclesiastical History Society: Studies of Church History, Volume 23 (W. W. Sheils and D. 411–44. 55. 415. 56. 414–15. 57. 415. 58. 415. 59. 415. 60. 415. 61. See chapter on CUAG in this volume. 62. 417. 63. 417–18. 64. 418. 65. 426. 66. 418. 67. Ibid. 68. 421. 69. 435. 70. 431. 71. 444. 72. G. Brown, A Social History of Religion in Scotland since 1730 (London, 1987); The People and the Pews (Dundee, 1993); see also Religion and Society in Scotland since 1707 (Edinburgh, 1997).
Ibid. 18. A. Fitzpatrick, Catholic Secondary Education in South West Scotland before 1972: Its Contribution to the Change in Status of the Catholic Community (London, 1986). 19. 2. 20. G. 170. INTRODUCTION 25 21. , see Chap. 170–92. 22. 66. 23. M. Devine, ‘The End of Disadvantage? 191–207. 24. 198. 25. Cooney, Scotland and the Papacy (Glasgow, 1982). 26. In 1965, the Conservatives dropped Unionist from their party name. 27. 2. 28. Devine, The Scottish Nation; R. J. Finlay, Modern Scotland, 1914–2000 (London, 2005); M.
A Short History of British Colonial Policy, 1606-1909 by H. E. et al Egerton