Changes and Developments in Labour Party Policy (1945-1964)
Moffett, Ellen K.
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Since the Labour Party has had to make significant changes or developments in its policy since its electoral triumph of 1945, several major questions arise for one studying the period. Most obviously, one would wish to know what these changes and developments are and what have been the important feelings pro or con on each major issue. Secondly, one would wish to know why the changes or developments have occurred, why there was any agitation for change and why a change should have taken a particular direction. Finally, one would wish to know if patterns can be discerned in the development of policy, if developments in one field can be related to developments in another.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to this SIP.No title page.