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by Keith Laybourn

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Author:
Keith Laybourn
ISBN13:
978-0713166002
ISBN:
0713166002
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Publisher:
Hodder Arnold (January 1, 1991)
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Keith Laybourn traces the emergence of the Labour Party, its highs and lows and . As the Labour Party emerged to replace the Liberal Party in the 1920s, .

Keith Laybourn traces the emergence of the Labour Party, its highs and lows and wonders if its forward march is now halted. This was espoused in George Dangerfield’s amorphous study The Strange Death of Liberal England (1934) and by Henry Pelling’s more factually based The Origins of the Labour Party (1954).

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The Rise of Labour: The British Labour Party, 1890-1979. The centennial history of the Independent Labour party. D James, T Jowitt, K Laybourn. Halifax: Rybum Academic Publishing, 1992. The rise of Socialism in Britain. Under the red flag: the history of Communism in Britain, c. 1849-1991.

This book provides an analysis of some of the debates surrounding the history of the British Labour Party, providing students with guidance to the issues and identifying the ways in which the recent availability of new sources has changed the balance of argument and understanding.

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The Liberal and Labour parties in Leicester had become used to fighting each other (and the Unionists) in local elections. By 1913, the balance on the Town Council was: Liberal 18, Unionist 16, Labour 14. Hartley sought support from the local branch of the Independent Labour Party with some success. Banton sent a telegram of support to Hartley Result. Keith Laybourn and Jack Reynolds, Liberalism and the rise of Labour, 1890-1918, p. 33-136. Martin Crick, The History of the Social Democratic Federation, . 30.

It focuses upon trade unionism, the co-operative movement, the rise and fall of the Labour Party, and working-class lives, comparing British labour movements with those in Germany and examining the social and political labour activities of the Lansburys.

study of the political changes in a particularly interesting part of the British Isles.

First published in 1984. This book is a detailed study of the way in which the growing Labour movement gradually ousted. In all, the authors present a thorough and extensive study of the political changes in a particularly interesting part of the British Isles.

This book provides an analysis of some of the debates surrounding the history of the British Labour Party, providing students with guidance to the issues and identifying the ways in which the recent availability of new sources has changed the balance of argument and understanding.