The Labour Left and the Manual Working Class: Socialist Idealism Versus Working Class Pragmatism Undermines the Future of a Britist Political Party
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The Labour Party has constituted an integral part of the British political system for over seventy years. The disintegration of the Liberal Party after World War I propelled a young and weakly organized Labour Party into a position of prominence. The Labour Party soon became the only viable alternative to the Conservative Party in a political system that much of the Western world admired and revered as the model of a stable, two-party parliamentary democracy. The composition of the British party system, however, now again appears to be undergoing a significant transformation-- a political metamorphosis rooted in the tumultuous economic and social problems that have engulfed Great Britain in the post-World War II era. The Labour Party has altered significantly in the last fifty years. A collectivist cultural environment has had a great impact upon the leadership and the working class constituency of the Labour Party. Not since the beginning of the break-up of the Liberal Party over one hundred years ago has any British political party suffered from a widescale defection of its Right-wing as did the Labour Party in 1981.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email email@example.com to request access to this SIP.
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