Dei an Hop Kin the Membership of the Independent Labour Party, 1904-10: a Spatial and Occupational Analysis

Abstract

E. P. Thompson expressed succinctly the prevailing orthodoxy about the origins of the Independent Labour Party when he wrote, in his homage to Tom Maguire, that "the ILP grew from bottom up". From what little evidence has been available, it has been argued that the ILP was essentially a provincial party, which was created from the fusion of local political… (More)

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@inproceedings{Thompson2008DeiAH, title={Dei an Hop Kin the Membership of the Independent Labour Party, 1904-10: a Spatial and Occupational Analysis}, author={E. P. Thompson and D A Hopkin}, year={2008} }