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Labour Inside the Gate: a History of the British Labour Party Between the Wars

In his review of David Howell’s MacDonald’s Party Matthew Worley praised Howell for his exposition of Labour’s ‘high’ politics and excused him for not including ‘an analysis of local Labour identities’; doing so would, Worley noted, ‘have added years to the book’s construction and probably have broken OUP’s paper budget … the social-political development ofContinue reading “Labour Inside the Gate: a History of the British Labour Party Between the Wars”