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Fri Mar 21 17:07:55 2014 UTClccn-n790185340.19A journey : my political life /0.480.95The Labour magazine251170689n 790185348323021252383Britanskai︠a︡ rabochai︠a︡ partīi︠a︡British labour partyBritish labour party GBBrytyjska Partia Pracy.Eikoku RōdōtōLabor Party (Great Britain)Labour representation committeeLabour representation committee GBLeĭboristskai︠a︡ partii︠a︡ AngliiLeĭboristskai︠a︡ partii︠a︡ VelikobritaniiLejboristskaâ partiâ AngliiLejboristskaâ partiâ VelikobritaniiLPVMifleget ha-laibor (Great Britain)New LabourNew Labour GBParti travaillisteParti travailliste britanniqueParti travailliste GBPartia Pracy.Partido Laborista BritánicoPartido Laborista (Great Britain)Yŏngguk Nodongdang工黨 (英國)containsVIAFID/126044314Labour Representation Committee (Great Britain : 1900-1906)lccn-no95058170Blair, Tony1953-dtelccn-n50009035Pelling, Henrylccn-n82054997Attlee, C. 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It offers a useful source of data about the Lonservative Party's political ideologies and policy positions+-+823526857511518ocn002921546serial0.93Labour Party (Great Britain)Report of the annual conferencePeriodicalsConference proceedings1113ocn004266753book19460.93Laski, Harold JosephThe secret battalion : an examination of the communist attitude to the Labor Party8614ocn017002578book19240.94Labour Party (Great Britain)Labour and the nation816ocn007929871serial0.93Labour Party (Great Britain)New socialistPeriodicals807ocn004606064book19200.84British Labour Delegation to RussiaBritish labour delegation to Russia, 1920, report764ocn001192018book19640.93Crime, a challenge to us all; report of the Labour Party's study group663ocn011556995book19570.92Labour Party (Great Britain)Industry and society : Labour's policy on future public ownership603ocn003860178book19200.90Shaw, BernardIrish nationalism and labour internationalismHistory594ocn002334783book19430.94Labour Party (Great Britain)Reconstruction in war and peace : interim report of the National Executive Committee of the British Labor Party, approved by the party conference under the title "The old world and the new society."572ocn011736681book19570.93Labour Party (Great Britain)Public enterprise; Labour's review of the nationalised industries567ocn000459857book19600.88Labour Party (Great Britain)Local government handbook: England & WalesHandbooks, manuals, etc531ocn004706273serial0.88Labour Party (Great Britain)Labour Party year bookPeriodicals502ocn022987635book19670.73Labour Party (Great Britain)Labour Party bibliographyBibliography485ocn001588664serial0.95The Labour magazinePeriodicals481ocn005981493book19580.93Labour Party (Great Britain)Plan for progress; Labour's policy for Britain's economic expansion484ocn002902789serial0.94Labour; a magazine for all workersPeriodicals476ocn013741018book19370.95Madrid, the "military" atrocities of the rebels : a record of massacre, murder, mutilationHistory474ocn022629689book19900.90Archives of the British Labour Party, 1873-1973 : a detailed guide to the microform collectionsHistoryBibliography Microform catalogs462ocn029679093book19580.81Labour Party (Great Britain)Learning to live; Labour's policy for education273037ocn000167562book19600.66Pelling, HenryA short history of the Labour PartyHistoryPelling and Reid provide a brief introductory account of the Labour Party from its foundation up to the choice of Tony Blair to succeed John Smith as leader of the party, and the subsequent redrafting of the party's constitution+-+7499918885324267213ocn567181868book20100.19Blair, TonyA journey : my political lifeBiographyTony Blair is a politician who defines our times. His emergence as Labour Party leader in 1994 marked a seismic shift in British politics. Within a few short years, he had transformed his party and rallied the country behind him, becoming prime minister in 1997 with the biggest victory in Labour's history, and bringing to an end eighteen years of Conservative government. He took Labour to a historic three terms in office as Britain's dominant political figure of the last two decades. In this firsthand account, he describes his role in shaping our recent history, from the aftermath of Princess Diana's death to the War on Terror. He explores the challenges of leadership, and the ramifications of standing up, clearly and forcefully, for what one believes in. He also looks ahead, to emerging power relationships and economies, addressing the vital issues and complexities of our global world.--From publisher description+-+8834172585156331ocn001249765book19550.63McKenzie, Robert TrelfordBritish political parties; the distribution of power within the Conservative and Labour PartiesHistory12649ocn000502193book19640.59Brand, Carl FremontThe British Labour Party, a short historyHistory12603ocn000208904book19710.39Wilson, HaroldA personal record: the Labour Government, 1964-1970History125715ocn000502185book19540.59Pelling, HenryThe origins of the Labour Party, 1880-190012294ocn052181000file19980.47Host, JohnVictorian labour history experience, identity and the politics of representationHistoryOrthodox historical accounts of popular experience in mid-Victorian Britain suggest certain homogenous and seemingly clear stable social and political orders. Host re-examines the historical debate and challenges conventional interpretations+-+492136069512005ocn060715345file20040.47Lilleker, Darren GAgainst the Cold War the history and political traditions of pro-Sovietism in the British Labour Party 1945-89History+-+462989503611316ocn050921525file19970.50Brivati, BrianNew labour in power precedents and prospectsCombines historical, political and practical approaches to the questions raised by the election victory. Includes much-needed analysis of the current state of the party and invaluable insight into the context of longer term trends+-+982426069511285ocn061452222file20050.50Worley, MatthewLabour inside the gate a history of the British Labour Party between the warsHistory"The inter-war years were a crucial stage in the development of the Labour Party as it grew from pressure group status, to national opposition, to party of government." "Matthew Worley has written the first study dedicated solely to this crucial period in Labour's development. In an accessible style, he provides a comprehensive account of all aspects of the movement. Using a wide range of sources, he explores this often-marginalised period in Labour's history both looking at the parliamentary party and the growing network of constituency parties. Worley's approach unites high politics and issues that cross local and national boundaries. He combines policy, social history and economics with broader themes such as gender and culture."+-+K34289503611274ocn701053857file20100.47Heppell, TimothyChoosing the Labour leader Labour Party leadership elections from Wilson to BrownDrawing together debates on the method of party leadership selection and the ideological positioning of leadership candidates, this book examines each leadership election since 1963 as a means of charting the decline of the left within the Labour Party. It is suitable for scholars of British Politics and the history of the Labour Party+-+063803393611187ocn233541496com20080.39Corthorn, PaulThe British Labour Party and the wider world domestic politics, internationalism and foreign policyHistoryConference proceedingsConsiders the idea of Labour's international identity, examining how world events and Labour's response to them have helped to shape ideology, political culture and domestic agendas from the 1920s until the Iraq War+-+465966093611008ocn156977742book20070.23Campbell, AlastairThe Blair years : extracts from the Alastair Campbell diariesHistoryBiographyDiariesPresents excerpts from the diary of the man who was Tony Blair's press secretary from 1994 to 2003, providing insight into the prime minister's relationship with leaders around the world and into his decision-making process as he dealt with a series of international crises+-+968317258510995ocn179139862file19920.47Phillips, G. AThe rise of the Labour Party, 1893-1931HistoryIntroduces students to some of the trends and controversies in recent historical scholarship on this topic, and examines the principal developments of party organization, electoral growth and policy-making+-+360595069532410354ocn184748916file20070.47Beech, MattLabour's thinkers the intellectual roots of labour from Tawney to Gordon BrownHistoryBiographyLabour's Thinkers seeks to examine the key ideas emphasised by the twelve individuals whom the authors judge to have made the most significant development to the political thought of the Labour Party since the 1930s. Hickson and Beech argue the Labour Party is a party of values but often not of ideas. The number of people involved in the serious discussion of ideas in the Labour Party is relatively small and intellectuals are often viewed with suspicion in what is, or was, a party set up torepresent the interests of the working classes. The formulation and development of ideas are therefore crucial to understanding the outcomes of the Labour Party's internal struggles and the basis of the party's appeal. Labour's Thinkers highlights influential and at times controversial figures involved in the battle of socialist ideas in the Labour Party, exploring concepts such as equality, liberty, community, power, the state, ownership and patriotism+-+835766093610013ocn243607054file19920.50Knowles, CarolineRace, discourse, and LabourismHow has the Labour party handled the issue of race? Caroline Knowles argues that the commonwealth of socialism is founded upon a well-concealed history of brutality and repression+-+37650506953249827ocn742691879file20110.47Redvaldsen, DavidThe Labour Party in Britain and Norway elections and the pursuit of power between the World WarsHistoryIn the aftermath of World War I and the Russian Revolution of 1917, the nature, aims and trajectories of the Labour parties of Europe were fundamentally altered and transformed. In this compelling and thoughtful analysis of the Labour parties of Britain and Norway, David Redvaldsen offers an insight into the successes and failures of these two parties as they faced the challenges of the economic and political situation of the interwar era and their relentless pursuit of power and influence+-+55900339369814ocn680622687file20100.50Wallace, AndrewRemaking community? New Labour and the governance of poor neighbourhoodsRemaking Community addresses the interlinking uses of community in government rhetoric and policy. It explores why the concept of communities has become so central to the New Labour governing project that aspires to broker a new form of citizenship based on reciprocity and individual responsibility. Andrew Wallace identifies and discusses how this social vision has manifested in a 'politics of membership' and influenced New Labour's distinctive welfare reform agenda+-+29032190259744ocn191935834file20010.50Labour forces from Ernie Bevin to Gordon BrownHistoryBiography+-+K8929151369632ocn044964549file19960.37Davies, SamLiverpool labour social and political influences on the development of the Labour Party in Liverpool, 1900-1939History+-+6616688036324+-+8235268575+-+8235268575Fri Mar 21 15:27:37 EDT 2014batch162356