New Statesman

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New Statesman Trade Union Guide

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New Statesman

Author: Adrian Smith
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135206228
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This volume reveals how a fledgling Fabian journal came to play a key role in the growth of the modern Labour Party. The author compares its first journalists with later generations of editors and writers and rediscovers the early, and lasting, importance of the British Left's best-known magazine.

New Statesman And Society

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New Statesman Society

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The New Statesman

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The New Statesman And Nation

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Abbreviations Used In The Department Of Agriculture For Titles Of Publications

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The Battle Of Ideas In The Labour Party

Author: Dimitri Batrouni
Editor: Bristol University Press
ISBN: 1529205069
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This book surveys and lays bare the internal battle in the United Kingdom's Labour party over ideas since the mid-1990s to the present day. It focuses on the leadership periods of Tony Blair, Ed Miliband and Jeremy Corbyn, especially the latter two. They represent the renewal of debating, openly, ideas in the party post-New Labour, as opposed to an almost exclusive focus on electoral, pragmatic, concerns under New Labour. It will highlight these debates, the influential thinkers, advisers, MPs and other critical actors involved. Corbyn, with his spectacular rise to becoming leader, has breathed new life into the left's ideas and swung the pendulum within the party back towards prioritizing ideology over electoral concerns.

The New Statesman

Author: Adrian Smith
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9780714641690
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By drawing upon interviews with surviving participants and a wide range of public and personal papers, the author analyses the development and significance of Britain's best-known and most resilient magazine of the left.

Fiction Of The New Statesman 1913 1939

Author: Bashir Abu-Manneh
Editor: Lexington Books
ISBN: 1611493528
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Fiction of the New Statesman is the first study of the short stories published in the renowned British journal theNew Statesman. This book argues that New Statesman fiction advances a strong realist preoccupation with ordinary, everyday life, and shows how British domestic concerns have a strong hold on the working-class and lower-middle-class imaginative output of this period.

Communist Political Propaganda And Use Of The United States Mails

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Press Releases

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Investigation Of The Assassination Of President John F Kennedy

Author: United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on Assassinations
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International Index

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These vols. contain the same material as the early vols. of Social sciences & humanities index.

Statesmanship

Author: Jason Cowley
Editor: Weidenfeld & Nicolson
ISBN: 9781474615013
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No British periodical or weekly magazine has a richer and more distinguished archive than the New Statesman, which has long been at the centre of British political and cultural life. If not quite at the centre, then at the most energetic, subversive end of the progressive centre-left. Kingsley Martin, editor of the New Statesman from 1930 to 1960, wrote that "life on the NS was always a battle. After all, I had been brought up as a dissenter and I tended to see all problems as moral issues." The magazine has notably recognized and published new writers and critics, as well as encouraged major careers. Many of the most notable political and cultural writers of the recent past have written for the New Statesman. Many have been on its staff or were associates of it: HG Wells, George Bernard Shaw, JM Keynes, VS Pritchett, Paul Johnson, Claire Tomalin, Christopher Hitchens and John Gray. The most significant intellectual and cultural currents of the age ripple through its pages. There is, too, a rich history of poetry and fiction and illustration and cartoons to draw on, from Low's sketches of the great and the good to the gonzo art of Ralph Steadman and the bold cover illustrations and caricatures of André Carrilho. The book is more than an anthology. It tells the story of the New Statesman, from the eve of the First World War to the long aftermath of 9/11 and the populist upheavals of today. It looks forward as well as back, offering a unique and unpredictable perspective on politics, literature and the world.

Turnstile

Author: New Statesman
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