3 edition of A History of the Labour Party from 1914 found in the catalog.
A History of the Labour Party from 1914
George Douglas Howard Cole
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Entdecken Sie "History of the Labour Party from " von G. D. H. Cole und finden Sie Ihren Buchhändler. First published in , this book gives a full account of the development of the British Labour Party from its emergence as a national influence in the first world war to its return to power with an effective majority after the second world war. The study includes an epilogue which. THE EMERGENCE OF THE INDEPENDENT LABOUR PARTY IN BRADFORD Opening the 21st anniversary of the ILP in Bradford in April , J. H. Palin, one of Bradford's most prominent trade unionists, re-marked: "Of ordinary historical association, Bradford has none. In Domesday Book, it is described as a waste, and the subsequent periodsCited by: 7.
The Labour Party has been part of the political scene in the Republic of Ireland throughout that state's existence. Although never attracting majority support, it has repeatedly participated in coalition governments. The party was established in by James Connolly James Larkin, and William X. O'Brien and others as the political wing of the Irish Trades Union Congress. It intended to participate . Association with the Labour Party. When the Webbs, in late , became members of the Labour Party, they rapidly rose high in its counsels. (Their leadership in the Fabian Society had been shaken by the opposition, first of H.G. Wells and later of the Guild Socialists, who advocated self-government in industry, and other left-wing rebels led by a historian and economist G.D.H. Cole.
the rise of the labour party before The name 'Labour party' was first used in It was a shortened form of 'Labour Representation Committee', which had been set up in to unite the various working-class and socialist groups within Britain. The rise and partial decline of the Labour party is one of the most debated aspects of twentieth-century British political history. In this vigorously argued, challenging and wide-ranging new book, Andrew Thorpe surveys the history of the Labour party from its origins until its defeat in the election, and offers some thoughts on more recent developments, arguing that there is a surprising.
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A History of the Labour Party From Hardcover – January 1, by G.D.H. Cole (Author)Cited by: The Great War of brought with it a sharp break in the history of the Labour Party, which had been up to only a small fourth Party in a Parliament still dominated by Liberals and Conservatives, as well as complicated by the presence of a large Nationalist Party from Ireland.
A history of the labour party from George Douglas Howard Cole Snippet view - BOOK REVIEW A HISTORY OF THE LABOUR PARTY FROM BYG. H COLE Routledge & Kegan Paul, net 18s Reviewed by AYAZ S. PEERBHOY IN the thirty-four years' his tory of the struggle and growth of the Labour Party is embodied the story of the pro gress of Socialism as a political creed in Britain.
The Labour Party had been. A History of the Labour Party from book. A History of the Labour Party from DOI link for A History of the Labour Party from A History of the Labour Party from book. By G. Cole. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 7 Author: G.
Cole. The Labour Party in --Labour in war-time --Post-war --From slump to office --The first Labour government and the red letter election --The general strike and after --The second Labour government and the crisis of --After the deluge --Years of aggression --Labour in the Second World War --Labour in local government --Epilogue, A History Of The Labour Party From Item Preview remove-circle Book Source: Digital Library of India Item : Cole G.d.h.
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Learn moreAuthor: G. Cole. Inwith Liberal support, James Ramsay MacDonald formed the first Labour government, though his minority administration was brought down less than one year later over questions of its sympathy for the new Soviet state and over alleged communist influence within the party.
— G. Cole, A History of the Labour Party from During the inter-war period, Labour in local government sought to use the power of municipal authority to improve the working and living environments of its primarily working-class constituents.
This view was countered by Ross McKibbin in his The Evolution of the Labour Party () and in my own book, The Rise of Labour (), arguing that the trade union base of Labour, when faced with industrial conflict, was more interested in winning support than establishing social harmony during strikes.
Since then, the debate has. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cole, G.D.H. (George Douglas Howard), History of the Labour Party from New York, A.M. Kelley . ALASTAIR J. REID is a Lecturer in History and Fellow of Girton College, Cambridge.
He is the author of Social Classes and Social Relations in Britain and Currents of Radicalism: Popular Radicalism, Organised Labour and Party Politics (co-edited with Eugenio F. Biagini).Cited by: Buy A History of the British Labour Party 3Rev Ed by Andrew Thorpe (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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36, recently reprinted in The Left and War: The British Labour Party and World War I, ed. P ().Cited by: 6. The first chapter describes the creation and early years of the Labour Party between and This chapter also includes brief descriptions of the development of the Democratic Federation, Independent Labour Party, and Fabian Society before the TUC’s decision in to establish a ‘distinct Labour group in Parliament.’.
The outstanding book on the early years remains H. Pelling’s Origins of the Labour Party, – (2nd edn, Oxford, ). Trade-union attitudes to independent political action are well covered in H. Clegg, A. Fox, A. Thompson, A History of British Trade Unionism since (Oxford, ).
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Labour party, British political party, one of the two dominant parties in Great Britain since World War I. Origins The Labour party was founded in after several generations of preparatory trade union politics made possible by the Reform Bills of andwhich enfranchised urban workers.
After thirteen years in power, Labour suddenly returned to being the party of opposition in This new edition of A History of the British Labour Party brings us up-to-date, examining Gordon Brown's period in office and the Labour Party under the leadership of Ed Miliband/5(24).History Sociology Nonfiction First published inthis book gives a full account of the development of the British Labour Party from its emergence as a national influence in the first world war to its return to power with an effective majority after the second world war.- during the war, Labour struggled, because party members disagreed about whether to oppose or support the war.
- Labour reorganised itself, adopted a new constitution and published.