Ramsay MacDonald's political writings;

  title={Ramsay MacDonald's political writings;},
  author={James R. W. MacDonald and Bernard Barker},
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British Political Culture and the Idea of 'Public Opinion', 1867-1914

Acknowledgements Introduction: rethinking public opinion in late nineteenth-century Britain 1. An open demos? The public and the question of membership 2. The ghost in the machine: locating public

The Transformation of British Public Politics After the First World War

The years immediately after the First World War witnessed a dramatic shift in the meanings attached to the political meeting — and hence to its place in British political culture. Victorian and

Labour's Policy Review: A Case of Historical Continuity?

IN MAY 1989 the results of Labour’s policy review were published in a 70,000 word document called Meet the Challenge, Mah the Change. Many regard the document as representing a hndamental change in

Advance by Retreat? The Formation of British Labour's Electoral Strategy

  • K. Wald
  • Political Science
    Journal of British Studies
  • 1988
Every step towards our goal is dependent on gaining the assent and support of at least a numerical majority of the whole people. Thus, even if we aimed at revolutionizing everything at once, we