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British Workers League

British Socialist Party, Labour movement, Socialism, H. G. Wells, Robert Blatchford

JUNCT (2012-02-20 )

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ISBN-13:

978-620-0-60932-8

ISBN-10:
6200609322
EAN:
9786200609328
Idioma del libro:
Inglés
Notas y citas / Texto breve:
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The British Workers League (also the British Workers National League) was a 'patriotic labour' group which was anti-socialist and pro-war. The league's origins lay in the 1915 split by the right-wing of the British Socialist Party, primarily over issues raised by the First World War. The dissenting group supported "the eternal idea of nationality" and aimed to promote "socialist measures in the war effort". This group, including H. G. Wells and Robert Blatchford, formed the Socialist National Defence Committee. In 1916, the committee worked with Alexander M. Thompson to form the British Workers League. Now avowedly anti-socialist, it described itself as a "patriotic labour" group and focused on support for the war. Rev. A. W. Gough, Prebendary of St. Paul's Cathedral, was Chairman of the British Workers League for London and the Home Counties. Edward Robertshaw Hartley was also a member. The Labour MP Stephen Walsh and the Liberal (later Labour) MP Leo Chiozza Money were vice presidents. During the war period the British Workers League sometimes threatened to break up pacifist meetings.
Editorial:
JUNCT
Sitio web:
http://www.alphascript-publishing.com
Editado por:
Emory Christer
Número de páginas:
100
Publicado en:
2012-02-20
Stock:
Disponible
Categoría:
Ciencias políticas
Precio:
34.00 €
Palabras clave:
socialism, Wells, labour, Party, socialist, British, Robert

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