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The Labour Party became a major political force during the 1920s. For many the party's enhanced status was associated closely with its leader, Ramsay MacDonald. This study offers a uniquely detailed analysis of Labour in the 1920s based on a wide var … weiterlesen
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Titel: Macdonald's Party: Labour Identities and Crisis 1922-1931
Autor/en: David Howell

ISBN: 0198203047
EAN: 9780198203049
New.
Sprache: Englisch.
MCGRAW HILL BOOK CO

Oktober 2002 - gebunden - 464 Seiten

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The Labour Party became a major political force during the 1920s. For many the party's enhanced status was associated closely with its leader, Ramsay MacDonald. This study offers a uniquely detailed analysis of Labour in the 1920s based on a wide variety of unpublished sources. Thorough scholarship and distinctive interpretation combine to provide an important examination of a major episode in twentieth- century history.

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David Howell is Professor of Politics at the University of York

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David Howell has here produced the first comprehensive study of the Labour Party during the 'Ramsay MacDonald years'. This alone makes MacDonald's Party an extremely significant book; more importantly, it is an extensive and exhaustive analysis of its subject. Labour History Review ... magisterial ... one of the most learned and authoritative contributions to 20th-century labour history I can think of. Howell has woven the details into a rich and compelling narrative. No one who wants to understand the Labour Party - new or old - can afford to ignore it. David Marquand, New Statesman, January 2004 This book joins the ranks of indispensable works for historians of the labour movement and early twentieth-century politics. Contemporary British History David Howell is one of the finest of Britain's current crop of Labour historians and his latest volume shows why ... What is impressive about Howell's approach is his painstaking attention to detail and the subtle way in which he reconstructs the complexities of the party that Ramsay MacDonald shaped, led and then abandoned. This is scholarship of the highest order. Howell gives proper priority to the vital importance of the trade unions in Labour's early development. Nearly a third of his book is devoted to a close analysis of the union presence, but not a word is wasted ... By placing the unions at the centre of his study, Howell illustrates with magisterial authority why Labour was so distinctive in its character and ideology from other socialist parties in Europe at that time ... splendid volume. Tribune Fine study ... closely researched, judicious and wide-ranging account. Martin Pugh, Times Literary Supplement
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