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Title The Working class in modern British history : essays in honour of Henry Pelling / edited by Jay Winter
Published Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1983


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 W'PONDS  305.5620941 Wor  AVAILABLE
Description xii, 315 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents Machine derived contents note: Part I. The working class in British politics: 1. The social democratic theory of the class struggle Peter Clarke; 2. Keir Hardie and the Labour Leader, 1893-1903 Fred Reid; 3. Winston Churchill and the working class, 1900-14 Paul Addison; 4. Expectations born to death: local Labour party expansion in the 1920s Christopher Howard; 5. Post-war reconstruction in Wales, 1918 and 1945 Kenneth O. Morgan; 6. Imperialism and the Labour government of 1945-51 Partha Sarathi Gupta; Part II. The working class in British society: 7. Work and hobbies in Britain, 1880-1950 Ross McKibbin; 8. Credit and thrift and the British working class, 1870-1939 Paul Johnson; 9. Intelligent artisans and aristocrats of labour: the essays of Thomas Wright Alastair Reid; 10. Anglo-Marxism and working-class education Chushichi Tsuzuki; 11. Did British workers want the welfare state? G. D. H. Cole's Survey of 1942 Jose Harris; 12. Images of the working class since 1930 Arthur Marwick; 13. Unemployment, nutrition and infant mortality in Britain, 1920-50 Jay Winter
Analysis Great Britain Labour movements, ca 1870-1950
Notes Bibliography: p257-259. _ Includes index
Bibliography "The Published writings of Henry Pelling": pages 257-259
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Subject Pelling, Henry., 1920-
Pelling, Henry.
Labour Party (Great Britain)
Labour Party (Great Britain) -- History.
Labor -- Great Britain -- History.
Labor movement -- Great Britain -- History.
Working class -- Great Britain -- History.
Working class -- Great Britain -- History.
Genre/Form Festschriften.
Author Pelling, Henry.
Winter, J. M.
LC no. 82009424
ISBN 0521234441