What was Britain like after the war?
-The British government had a great deal of difficulty in adjusting to post-war politics
-Immediately after World War I, workers in many key industries began to strike, demanding higher wages, better working conditions, and shorter hours now that the war was ended.
-Britain suffered from a case of political confusion in the years following the First World War.
-Britain had been widely successful economically and politically, always seemingly a step ahead of the other nations of the world.
-After WWI Britain was forced to rebuild just like the other nations of Europe.
-Britain responded to its newfound problems by dividing sharply between those who favored the solutions of the far left and those who favored the solutions of the far right.
-The Left includes: progressives, social liberals, social democrats, socialists, communists, and anarchists.
-The Right includes: conservatives, reactionaries, capitalists, monarchists, nationalists, and fascists.