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Imperialism and the British Labour Movement 1914-1964

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Imperialism and the British Labour Movement 1914-1964 asks various questions about this time in the Commonwealth and Empire. It asks how far British leaders were willing to wind up the apparatus of imperial rule and was Lenin justified in explaining the absence of revolutionary ardour among trade unionists by imperialism as well as much more.

This particular copy is in very good condition. Its dustjacket does shows slight signs of wear - it is generally faded and has a series of small tears and bumps all over its cover.

As for the interior, all pages are clean and clear of any markings, highlighting or writing. There is a mark in the inside cover where a sticker once was and the flap of the dustjacket is slightly creased.

Overall, an fascinating book of central interest to British Labour Historians as well as historians of the Commonwealth.

Item details

Author(s):
Sarathi Gupta, Partha.
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Macmillan

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Imperialism and the British Labour Movement 1914-1964 asks various questions about this time in the Commonwealth and Empire. It asks how far British leaders were willing to wind up the apparatus of imperial rule and was Lenin justified in explaining the absence of revolutionary ardour among trade unionists by imperialism as well as much more.

This particular copy is in very good condition. Its dustjacket does shows slight signs of wear - it is generally faded and has a series of small tears and bumps all over its cover.

As for the interior, all pages are clean and clear of any markings, highlighting or writing. There is a mark in the inside cover where a sticker once was and the flap of the dustjacket is slightly creased.

Overall, an fascinating book of central interest to British Labour Historians as well as historians of the Commonwealth.

Author(s):
Sarathi Gupta, Partha.
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Macmillan

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