2 edition of The labour question in Britain found in the catalog.
The labour question in Britain
Paul de Rousiers
Originally published in French.
|Statement||by Paul de Rosiers ; translated by F. L. D. Robertson ; with a preface by Henri de Tourville.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 393p. ;|
|Number of Pages||393|
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Some of these essays have not previously been published, others have been difficult to locate, and. With Jeremy Corbyn having now departed from the leadership of Britain’s Labour Party, the postmortems have begun in earnest. For bien-pensant liberal and conservative pundits — a ubiquitous presence in the British media — Corbynism could only ever have ended in a historic election defeat.
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In the aftermath of yet another disastrous election defeat senior figures in the party have decided to question Labour’s long held opposition to an independence referendum, believing they should champion [ ]. Introduction: 'Politics and the Labour Question'.- The Emergence of The labour question in Britain book Labour Question, The Liberals and Labour, The Labour Question in War and Peace, Depression and Integration, British Politics and the Labour Question since Conclusion Appendices: (i) Trade Union Growth and the Labour Vote History.
The Labour Party was born at the turn of the 20th century out of the frustration of working-class people at their inability to field parliamentary candidates through the Liberal Party, which at that time was the dominant social-reform party in the Trades Union Congress (the national federation of British trade unions) cooperated with the Independent Labour Party.
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The wartime experience of the Labour ministers made them feel more confident of their party's ability to use the machinery of state to bring about social change, and encouraged them to resist policies of "direct action" urged by local Soviets and the fledgling Communist Party of Great Britain.
However, at the Labour Party Conference, the Party adopted Clause IV into its constitution. So the question Labour’s leadership contenders should be asked is not just how we win back former working class strongholds like Rother Valley and.
The Attlee government occupies a special place in the historiography of Britain in the twentieth century. Elected with a large parliamentary majority at the end of the war, it was the first majority Labour government and was regarded at the time and has been so regarded since as one of the great reforming governments, whose policies established the parameters within which succeeding.
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The 'Land Question' occupied a central place in political and cultural debates in Britain for nearly two centuries. From parliamentary enclosure in the mid-eighteenth century to the fierce Labour party debate concerning the nationalization of land after World War Two, the fate of the land held the.
Although Labour only held office for two short periods down to its experience goes to the heart of the key themes of this book about the role of a party within the area of taxation.
in particular, it explores the question of how far Labour was able to establish its legitimacy as a reforming party within two contexts for tax politics.
For a wider study of the question see Howell, David, British workers and the Independent Labour party, – (Manchester, ). 88 There were, however, some notable exceptions.
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