1929 Election (Conservatives ('Local Government Act was the biggest…
Baldwin's own strategy
'The man you can trust'
Lacked positive ideas and no real programme
Exploit the Red Scare
'Local Government Act was the biggest legislative reform over 59 years'
Scheme to absorb unemployment
Development in the empire
Better to pledge fewer and deliver on them
Won six by - elections between 1927 to 1929
Lloyd George had donated £400,000
Worked on radical, non - Socialist policies
'We can conquer unemployment'
Careful scheme of public work
600,000 a year to be unemployed
Mistrust of Lloyd George
Already proved to be fairly successful
Gained workers support
Condemned Baldwin's financial cuts to the mines
Disapproval of the General Strike
Tried to use liberal policies
'Reconstruction of industry in the interests of all'