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Revisionism and modernisation in the post-war British Labour Party
Philip R. Larkin
Written in English
D.Phil. 2000. BLL DXN033021.
|Statement||[by] Philip Larkin.|
|Series||Sussex theses ; S 4877|
The development of the Labour Party during the first two decades of the Century occurred at a time of mounting class struggles, nationally and internationally, and its appearance on the political scene reflected the needs of British imperialism. The Labour Party has had its militants and left wing but they have never been revolutionary. The Second Wave. This new revisionism is the second such wave to occur in Britain since World War II. The first, which appeared in the fifties and reached its climax with Hugh Gaitskell’s attempt to remodel the Labour Party in rightward directions, drew strength from Labour’s electoral defeats of , and , but was not caused by them.
Firstly, in revisionist interpretations the impact of the Famine on the development of modern Ireland has been minimised and marginalised. This is most apparent in the area of demography, particularly in revisionist accounts of excess mortality. Part of me wonders if this was one of those books, which follows the life of the first truely successful British Labour Party leader, Clement Attlee, as the party moves from a fringe party repesenting a certain type of work-class community to being the party of government after World War II/5().
I. A fact noted by Steven Fielding in The Labour Party: 'Socialism' and Society since 1y51 (Manchester, ), 2. Geoffrey Foote, for example, in The Labour Party's Political Thought. A History (3rd edn, London, ), , criticises some of the Labour revisionist Evan Durbin's exploration of politics. This book explores this dimension of the history and crisis of social democracy by studying the relationship between the post-war British Labour Party and its principal intellectuals, the ‘revisionist’ social democrats, and the breakdown of this relationship in the s.
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The Gaitskellites Revisionism in the British Labour Party – Authors: Haseler, Stephen Free PreviewBrand: Palgrave Macmillan UK. Supervisor: Not available: Sponsor: Not available: Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral EThOS ID.
At the general election, Labour returned from the political wilderness. Its electoral landslide gifting it a Commons majority ofthe largest in the party’s history on per cent of votes cast. None the less, with key exceptions involving the constitutional reform, Europe and supply-side modernisation, the agenda of the incoming Labour government reflects policies pursued by the Thatcher and Major Author: Richard Heffernan.
Labours Old and New: The Parliamentary Right of the British Labour Party and the Roots of New Labour Stephen Meredith This study attempts to understand the complex transition from so-called "Old Right" to "New Right" or "New Labour," and locates some of the roots of the latter in the complexity, tensions, and fragmentation of the former.
The Gaitskellites Revisionism in the British Labour Party – Authors; Stephen Haseler; Book. 45 Citations; The Modern, Revisionist Labour Party. Stephen Haseler. Pages Back Matter. Pages PDF. About this book. Keywords. democracy foreign policy labour movement Political Life Political Parties political science.
2. Revisionism and the battle over clause IV – 3. White heat and the Labour party 4. Labour’s alternative economic strategy 5. Reinventing the Labour party 6. The New Labour era 7. Back to the past. to the present 8.
Conclusion. Revisionists and Fundamentalists: the Labour Party and Economic Policy during the Second World War 1. Revisionists and Fundamentalists: the Labour Party and Economic Policy during the Second World War. ‘Labour Comes of Age’, Kingsley Martin observed a few days after the party's electoral landslide of Cited by: 8.
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Haseler, The Gaitskellites: Revisionism in the British Labour Party, (London, )File Size: KB. The best books on modern British history, recommended by Professor of Politics and head of the department at Sheffield University, Andrew Hindmoor. World War Two was a defining moment in setting the post-war consensus.
The Labour party to this day—and Jeremy Corbyn is a bit of a sucker for this one—tell the glorious story of Labour was a modern political party dedicated to sweeping away failed pre-war politics.
It had a worked-out social and industrial policy, which was bold and imaginative. Churchill’s ‘Gestapo’ rhetoric was the flailing about of a politician entering the gutter. The Gaitskellites: Revisionism in the British Labour Party –64 | Stephen Haseler (auth.) | download | B–OK.
Download books for free. Find books. Remaking the Labour Party comprises a detailed study of a process of ideological conflict which began with the Labour Party's debate in the s over the link between public ownership and socialism. The deepening confrontation that arose from the revisionist thinking of Crosland and Gaitskell is explored in the Clause Four controversy of and in the uneasy compromise forged Cited by: Buy A History of the British Labour Party 3Rev Ed by Andrew Thorpe (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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The Gaitskellites: Revisionism in the British Labour Party [Haseler, Stephen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Gaitskellites: Revisionism in the British Labour Party Cited by: ‘The Post-War Economic Situation and the Policy of the Working Class’, Labour Party Annual Conference Report,Labour Party, The Empire in Africa, by: Labour revisionism.
The Future of Socialism by Anthony Crosland, published inwas one of the most influential books in post-war British Labour Party thinking It was the seminal work of the 'revisionist' school of Labour politics.
A central argument in the book is Crosland's distinction between 'means' and 'ends'. It was one of the most influential books in post-war British Labour Party thinking. It was the seminal work of the 'revisionist' school of Labour politics.
The book defined Labour's perspective on the post-war consensus, by which the major parties largely agreed on issues of the welfare state and economic policy from to the late : Anthony Crosland. Haseler, The Gaitskellites: Revisionism in the British Labour Party (London: Macmillan, ).
Exit Kinnock, Leader who took Labour to a Great Victory', The Times May This chapter examines Labour’s return to opposition after the General Election. It argues that, within the party, the period since has witnessed a nostalgic resurgence.
When compared to the New Labour era, elite discourses have become less hostile to nostalgia. To varying degrees, all of the candidates in the leadership contest articulated memories associated with the party Author: Richard Jobson. The Labour party had held office only twice before, in and inbut during the war years its leadership had acquired both experience and trust.
It now looked like a party.  Labour Party. Let's Go With Labour Labour Party. Let's Go With Labour for the New Britain, London: Labour Party. cited in Craig, F.W. British General Election [Google Scholar], 55–6; Tomlinson, ‘Decline’ Tomlinson, J. The Decline of Empire and the Economic ‘Decline’ of Britain.
Twentieth Century British History, 14 Cited by: 2.He was awarded a BSc (Econ.) in and a PhD in for his thesis on Revisionism in the British Labour Party during the post-war period. Haseler married (Roberta) Bay Haseler from New York inand they lived together in London and Washington DC.