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|Final leader||Jonathan Braddock|
|Founded||28 March 1890|
|Dissolved||30 June 1959|
|Succeeded by||Democratic Party|
Politics of New Ingerland|
The Liberal Party was one of the dominant political parties of the early 20th century. The major rival to the Conservative Party, the party ruled New Ingerland for two decade-long stretches in the 1900s and 1920s. After a period of decline during the Great Depression and the Second World War, and party enjoyed a resurgence in 1952, returning to major-party status.
In July 1959, the party merged with the Reform Party to form the modern Democratic Party.
|1||Thomas Reade||1890 - 1905|
|2||Vincent Churchwell||1905 - 1908|
|3||Henry Chaytor||1908 - 1915|
|4||Joseph Williams||1915 - 1928|
|5||William Burdett||1928 - 1935|
|6||George Lyttelton||1935 - 1945|
|7||Jonathan Braddock||1945 - 1956|