A History of British Socialism, Volume 2

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Max Beer
Psychology Press, 2002 - Business & Economics - 451 pages

This is volume 2 of the set A History of British Socialism. These volumes study the political thought experienced as a result of the massive transition of the British countryside to capitalist agriculture and capitalist industry.

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Contents

THE GROWTH OF CHARTISM
3
THE POLITICAL ORGANISATION
23
THE CHARTIST MOBILISATION
38
THE GENERAL CONVENTION
49
Dissension in the Convention
65
The National Petition and Parliament
77
Wholesale Arrests
98
REORGANISATION AND ELECTORAL
106
INDEPENDENT LABOUR POLITICS
298
FORMATION OF THE LABOUR PARTY
315
PROBLEMS OF THE LABOUR PARTY
327
THE SOCIAL REVOLUTIONARY FER
345
Educational Influences
352
The Mass Strike Movements
361
Nationalisation and Control of Industry
372
CHAPTER PAGE
385

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139
THE FINAL FLICKER AND EXTINCTION
162
MORAL INFLUENCE OF CHARTISM
175
CHAPTER PAGE
195
REVIVAL OF SOCIALISM
226
SOCIALIST ORGANISATIONS
246
THE FABIAN SOCIETY
274
REORGANISATION OF THE LABOUR
395
GREAT BRITAIN IN TRANSFORMATION
401
THE YEARS 192939
428
INDEX
439
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441
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