2 edition of British Left and the campaign for unity 1937. found in the catalog.
British Left and the campaign for unity 1937.
H. M. McNeillie
Written in English
|Contributions||Manchester Polytechnic. Department of English and History.|
Her elder sister Diana in left her husband to pursue an affair with Oswald Mosley, who had just founded the British Union of Fascists. Unity and Diana Mitford travelled to . 10 At its congress the CPGB Central Committee admitted that ‘insufficient’ work had been done to assist anti-imperialist movements in the Colonies: Report of the Central Committee to the 14 th National Congress, (CPGB, ), In September , at the height of the Munich crisis, the primary reference to anti-colonialism came in fraternal greetings from Nehru and a greeting to the.
In January Stafford Cripps and George Strauss decided to launch a radical weekly, The Tribune, to "advocate a vigorous socialism and demand active resistance to Fascism at home and abroad." William Mellor was appointed editor and others such as Aneurin Bevan, Ellen Wilkinson, Barbara Betts, Konni Zilliacus, Harold Laski, Michael Foot and Noel Brailsford agreed to write for the paper. Kate Hudson is a veteran British left-wing activist and former chair of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. Hudson was a candidate for the left-wing Respect party in last year's Manchester municipal by-election, but stood down after Respect leader George Galloway made “unacceptable and unretracted statements about the nature of rape”.
Sexual Politics explores the complex relationship between sexuality and socialist politics in Britain between the s and the present day. Looking at birth control, abortion law reform, and gay rights, this book is a timely examination of the relationship between the personal and the political over the last century and a half. It tells the stories of individuals such as Edward Carpenter. To speak out against the leadership was to sin, and such is the unity of the party over the past 13 years or more, it is evident that this has served the party very well.
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Organisational history Formation. The Communist Party of Great Britain was founded in after the Third International decided that greater attempts should be made to establish communist parties across the world.
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Hard left is a term used—often pejoratively—to refer to political movements and ideas outside the mainstream centre-left, particularly in the United Kingdom. The term has been used more formally in the United Kingdom in the context of debates within both the Labour Party and the broader left in the s to describe Trotskyist groups such as the Militant tendency, Socialist Organiser and.
The sovereign remedy of European unity: The progressive left and supranational government – International Politics, Vol. 46, Issue. 1, p. there has probably never been a better time to review Labour and the British Left's actions and reactions to the terrible recession of the s.
Labour and the Left Book Club pp “The congress at the elections in Madras.” Modern Asian Studies (): ; Dove, Marguerite Rose. Forfeited Future: The Conflict Over Congress Ministries in British India, South Asia Books, ; Muldoon, Andrew.
“Politics, Intelligence and Elections in Late Colonial India: Congress and the Raj in ”. When James Hanley, conducting research for his book Grey Children (), visited a miner's house in South Wales, he "noticed one or two volumes of the Left Book.
Support for Irish unity among the British left remains an irritant, with continual articles such as those by the Guardian’s Una recently, University College London’s working.
The origins of the Left Unity project came out of the common struggle across Europe against austerity. The specific moment was the first coordinated general strike across Europe on Novem Many of us active on the left, already working with the anti-austerity movement across Europe, saw the need for British engagement too, and from that day onwards, Left Unity has been in.
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Calling the tune. the CIA, the British left and the Cold War, – Intelligence and National Security: Vol. 18, No. 2, pp. 69 The TUC represented million workers in September (David Butler and Gareth Butler, Twentieth-Century British Political Facts, – [Basingstoke, ], ); inthe NCW individual members and 1, affiliated organizations, giving a total membership of around million (Dame Maria Ogilvie Gordon, An.
Tribune was founded in early by two wealthy left-wing Labour Party Members of Parliament (MPs), Sir Stafford Cripps and George Strauss, to back the Unity Campaign, an attempt to secure an anti-fascist and anti-appeasement United Front between the Labour Party and socialist parties to the left.
Presents a study of the British Left's response to the rise of international fascism in the s. This book uses the available archival sources to analyse how the Labour left - which took the form of the Socialist League between and - and the Independent Labour Party reacted to developments such as Mussolini's invasion of Abyssinia.
The executive committee of Left Unity, a socialist group in England, issued the following statement on the outcome of Britain's referendum on leaving the European Union.
*** Left Unity deplores the Leave outcome of the EU Referendum. This referendum came from pressure from the far right — driven by anti-immigration sentiment, fuelled by racism.
Jay's Keynesian 'The Socialist Case' () was criticised by Cole as containing very little socialism. Keynes's ideas did not fit in with Labour's notion of the class struggle and they reached the political arena thanks to left-wing Conservatives and Lloyd George, dismissed on the Left as 's: 2.
In addition to the campaign’s policy staffers and longtime outside advisers to the former vice president, Biden and Bernie Sanders with great fanfare in May announced unity task forces to.Against the Grain: The British Far Left From is a new edited volume, put together by Evan Smith and Matthew Worley, which will be published this month by Manchester University Press.
While not attempting to be a comprehensive overview of the far left in Britain over the last 60 years, the book looks to highlight new areas of historical research into these left-wing groups and movements.