The English radical tradition and the British left, 1885-1945

@inproceedings{Enderby2019TheER,
  title={The English radical tradition and the British left, 1885-1945},
  author={J. Enderby},
  year={2019}
}
This thesis is an intellectual history of the British left and explores the conscious appropriation of an English radical tradition during the formative years of the British labour movement. At the heart of the thesis is an assessment of the ways in which this radical democratic history came to shape the core identity and political values of the new labour movement, rooting it in a national democratic history rather than an imported European Marxist tradition. The thesis explores the evolution… Expand
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