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The Origins of the British Labour Party

Author:

J.H. Stewart Reid

The Origins of the British Labour Party
The Origins of the British Labour Party

J. H. Stewart Reid was the chairman of the department of history, United College, University of Manitoba.

The Origins of the British Labour Party

Table of Contents

1 THE CONDITION OF ENGLAND QUESTION
2 LABOR ORGANIZATION, OLD AND NEW
3 THE CAMPAIGN FOR INDEPENDENT REPRESENTATION
4 THE SOCIALIST APPEAL
5 THE INDEPENDENT LABOUR PARTY
6 THE FORMATION OF THE LABOUR ALLIANCE
7 THE LABOUR REPRESENTATION COMMITTEE
8 THE ELECTION OF 1906
9 THE LABOUR PARTY: ITS POLICY AND PROGRAMME
10 LABOUR IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, 1906-1910
11 LABOUR IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, 1910-1914
12 ATTACKS ON THE LABOUR ALLIANCE
13 REVOLT IN THE PARTY
14 LABOR AND THE WAR
15 THE SOCIALIST BASIS Tahe Origins of the British Labour Party

APPENDIX I. Number of Members in British Trade Unions, 1892-1919
APPENDIX II. Composition of the Labour Party of Great Britain, 1900-1919

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