Abstract

Anti-appeasement was ineffective because those who were against the government's appeasement policy lacked leadership and failed to unite as a single, strong voice. Criticism of appeasement came most often in the form of sporadic outbursts from an individual to little effect. The few times that a group of anti-appeasers were brought together to take a stand against the Conservative Party's official policy, they were not all fully committed to making a potentially dangerous political move and thus were unable to change the tide of political opinion.

Advisor

Schilling, Hayden

Department

History

Disciplines

Political History

Publication Date

2013

Degree Granted

Bachelor of Arts

Document Type

Senior Independent Study Thesis

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