2 edition of British labour found in the catalog.
British Association. Economics and Statistics section.
|Statement||part I on replacement co-ordinated and revised by Miss L. Grier and Miss A. Ashley ; part II on concilliation edited by A. W. Kirkaldy.|
|Contributions||Grier, L., Ashley, A., Kirkaldy, Adam W.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxv, 266p. ;|
|Number of Pages||266|
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At the beginning of the twentieth century, the British Labour Party was broadly supportive of Irish home rule. However, from the end of the First World War, Labour anticipated a place in government, and as a modern, maturing party in British politics, it developed a more calculated set of . The Origins of the British Labour Party was first published in Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press by: 2.
This book offers a novel account of the Labour party’s years in opposition and power since , in particular examining how New Labour fought to reinvent post-war social democracy, reshaping its core political ideas. It charts Labour’s sporadic recovery from political disaster in the s, successfully making the arduous journey from opposition to power with the rise (and ultimately fall. First published in Using a wealth of primary sources, Stephen Jones investigates the role played in cinema affairs by the Labour Movement, stressing the important contributions made by the Labour Party, Communist Party and trade unions in the production and presentation of film.
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The 2nd edition of A History of the British Labour Party takes the story to There is a new chapter on the development of the Labour party and New Labour and the Blair government.
The book looks at the reasons why the party was originally formed, its aims and achievements, its failures to achieve office, and its recovery since the problems of the s/5. This unusual and fascinating book is one of three assessing the leaders of the main nineteenth and twentieth century British political parties to the present day; for Labour from its beginning, for the Conservatives and the Liberal tradition (under its various names) starting from the Great Reform by: 2.
British labour book Table of Contents 1. Background 2. The First World War 3. British labour book Labour and the Paris Settlement 4.
The First Labour Government 5. The Locarno Era 6. The Second Labour Government 7. The Early s 8. The Triple Crisis 9. The Chamberlain Factor Prelude to WarAuthor: Henry Winkler. LABOUR PARTY RULE BOOK CONTENTS Chapter 1 Constitutional rules Clause II.1 Clause I.
Name and objects 1 Clause II. Party structure and affiliated organisations 1 Clause III. The Party’s financial scheme 2 Clause IV. Aims and values 3 Clause V. Party programme 3 Clause VI. The Labour Party Rule Book is the governing document for the Labour Party in the United Kingdom.
The Labour Party Constitution forms the first chapter of the Rule Book and contains the most important British labour book and provisions for Labour Party governance.
Synopsis The leading single-volume history of Britain's governing party is revised and updated in this timely new edition. The story and analysis is brought right up to the present day, including the recent appointment of Gordon Brown as the new Labour PM. It offers a detailed historical analysis of Tony Blair's thirteen-year s: 1.
BOOK CONTENTS Chapter 1 Constitutional rules 1 Clause I. Name and objects 1 Clause II. Party structure and affiliated organisations 1 Clause III. The Party’s financial scheme 3 Clause IV. Aims and values 3 Clause V.
Party programme 4 Clause VI. Labour Party Conference 4 Clause VII. Party officers and statutory officers 4 Clause VIII. 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.
The British Labour Party grew out of the trade union movement of the late 19th century and surpassed the Liberal Party as the main opposition to the Conservatives in the early s. In the s and s, it stressed national planning, using nationalization of industry as a tool, in line with Clause IV of the original constitution of the Labour Party which called for the "common ownership of.
The British Labour Party has the u. This ngram, which graphs the use of labor and labour in American books published from torenders the story visually: Examples. Advertisement. U.S. Applications fell last week to a seasonally adjustedreinforcing confidence that the labor market is on track to recovery.
Thorpe's book is widely seen as the best single-volume study of the whole of the Labour party's history. Now thoroughly updated in the light of ongoing historiographical debates, this third edition. 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.
Book Description. Issues of democratic principle and form were of major importance in the pre socialist, trade union and labour movements. This is the first detailed study of that debate, which centered around socialists of the British Radical tradition and which reflects on the current argument over democratic structures and electoral reform.
Description 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.
Critical and iconoclastic, Comrade or Brother. traces the history of the British Labour Movement from its beginnings at the onset of industrialisation through its development within a capitalist society, up to the end of the twentieth-century.
Written by a leading activist in the labour movement, the book redresses the balance in much labour history writing/5(25). First published inthis book is part of the prestigious Cambridge Commonwealth Series. The General Editor of this series was the legendary historian, Eric T. Stokes. This seminal work on the British labour movement was greeted with great enthusiasm and it gained rave reviews from scholars and readers all over the world.
The Parliamentary Labour Party is the organisation of Labour members of Parliament (MPs) founded in These papers cover that foundation; then follow the Party through Ramsay MacDonald's Governments, two world wars, the first Harold Wilson Government and the early part of his second Government.
The events in these records. This book examines the rapidly evolving relationship between the British Labour Party and the emerging Irish nationalist forces, from which was formed the first government of the Irish Free State as both metamorphosed from opposition towards becoming the governments of their respective states.
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It introduced the National Health Service, nationalised one fifth of the British economy, and granted independence to India. Labour narrowly lost .labour definition: 1. practical work, especially when it involves hard physical effort: 2.
workers, especially people. Learn more. This man wrote the book on British Labour anti-Semitism — literally At campaign events around the country, people are seen reading Dave Rich’s four-decade-long study on .