British Labour and the Cold War

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A critical examination of the labour government and trades Union Congress in the immediate postwar period, this book argues that the Cold War was not just a traditional conflict between states but also an attempt to contain the growth of radical working-class movements at home and abroad. These radical movements, stimulated by the Second World War and its aftermath, seemed to policymakers within the Labour Party and the TUC to threaten British interests. The author contends that the Labour government never seriously ...

British Labour and the Cold War 1988, Stanford University Press, Stanford, CA

ISBN-13: 9780804714648

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