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As level british historyAs level british history
The Labour Party emerged to play an important role, whilst the established political parties also evolved. There was increased pressure to provide votes for women. Two world wars and the great depression of the 1930s intensified the pace of social and
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The Great Depression and Economic Theory How did the Stock Market Crash of 1929 effect worldwide trade relations? According to Economic Theory, what caused the economy collapse of 1929?The Great Depression and Economic Theory How did the Stock Market Crash of 1929 effect worldwide trade relations? According to Economic Theory, what caused the economy collapse of 1929?
It was appropriate that the terrible economic slump of the 1930s started in the United States, to which Europe seemed to have surrendered economic leadership during the Great War and on which she had been dependent ever since
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A case for National History Raphael Samuel AbstractA case for National History Raphael Samuel Abstract
Ralph’s paper has a freshness, vitality and urgency that is as pertinent today as when it was written. In square brackets we have added explanatory notes
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Debate between Dick Donnelly, (spgb), and Albert Meltzer, (\Debate between Dick Donnelly, (spgb), and Albert Meltzer, ('Black Flag' (anarchist)), Duke of York, Islington, London, 12 February 1987
A specific brand of anarchism that my friend here doesn’t happen to share. I’ve got hold of the Black Flag which is their newspaper of course and I’ve had a go at it as much as I can, try and make sure I don’t make those mistakes
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PerspectivesPerspectives
Recognition that much of the Treaty of Versailles was unjust blinded many to the dangers inherent in Hitler's moves to amend it
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Labour and the Arts : Managing Transformation ? Cécile Doustaly, Clive Gray AbstractLabour and the Arts : Managing Transformation ? Cécile Doustaly, Clive Gray Abstract
Department, created originally in 1992. This Department has asked funding bodies to adopt new management methods which are aimed at their beneficiaries as well Attempts have also been made to formalise and modify local government support for
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A scancor Workshop in Collaboration With sog april 1 2, 2005 Stanford University Call For PapersA scancor Workshop in Collaboration With sog april 1 2, 2005 Stanford University Call For Papers
Institutional Reform for Political Control: Analysing the British Labour Government’s Approach to the Pathologies of Governance
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Shooting the past? The modernisation of Conservative Party employment relations policy under David CameronShooting the past? The modernisation of Conservative Party employment relations policy under David Cameron
Modernise its approach to employment relations matters are discussed and critically scrutinised. Policy innovations are likely to be undermined by their mutual inconsistency with pervasive neo-liberal, Eurosceptic and anti–union values, indicating
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Perceptions of Communism in Australia Reception and Rejection Robert m V dickPerceptions of Communism in Australia Reception and Rejection Robert m V dick
The Communist Party Dissolution Act 1950 was probably the most contentious piece of legislation ever passed by an Australian Parliament. The Government’s actions underscore the power of their perceptions of what Communism meant
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The General Strike 1926The General Strike 1926
Coal industry not efficient and prices collapsed when the French occupied the Ruhr
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Left-wing communism in Britain 1917- 21 An infantile disorder? Bob JonesLeft-wing communism in Britain 1917- 21 An infantile disorder? Bob Jones
A survey of the anti-parliamentarist communist movement in Britain during and after wwi
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World History Mr. Sadow Chapter 23 Notes and All Work Chapter 23- growth of Western Democracies (1815–1914)World History Mr. Sadow Chapter 23 Notes and All Work Chapter 23- growth of Western Democracies (1815–1914)
In Britain, France, and the United States, reformers struggled for an extension of democratic rights and social change. Although many inequalities persisted, these efforts paved the way for great improvements in the quality of life
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Migration and empire 1830–1939 BackgroundMigration and empire 1830–1939 Background
This culminated in the late 1920s and early 1930s in a catastrophic economic collapse which saw around a quarter of the working population of the west of Scotland unemployed
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Resources VideosResources Videos
Introduction – Britain in 1929: The state of society and the economy in 1929
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General Topic 2: British Foreign Policy, c. 1902-1939General Topic 2: British Foreign Policy, c. 1902-1939
The significance and consequences of the main developments in British foreign policy to 1939
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