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The Labour Governments 1964-70, Volume 3

Economic Policy (The Labour Governments 1964 - 1970)
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Central government policies, Political economy, Socialism & left-of-centre democratic ideologies, c 1960 to c 1970, Politics - Current Events, Great Britain, Political Science, Politics / Current Events, Politics/International Relations, United Kingdom, Great Britain, International Relations - General, Political Science / International Relations, Economic policy, 1964-1979, Economic conditions, Politics and gover
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The coverage ranges from defence policy and the government machine to European integration, NATO and the Vietnam war. This chapter clarifies and contextualises issues that are investigated in greater depth later and outlines the author's approach to the subject. This book examines the nature of Labour's response during the –70 governments led by Harold Wilson.

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This book is the first in the new three volume set The Labour Governments –70 and concentrates on Britain’s domestic policy during Harold Wilson’s tenure as Prime Minister. In particular the book deals with how the Labour government and Labour party as a whole tried to come to terms with the s cultural revolution.

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Steven Fielding. Abstract. Anglo–German relations during the Labour governments – NATO strategy, détente and European integration. In this Book. making the volume fascinating and essential reading for students and enthusiasts of contemporary British and German political history. This book makes an important contribution to what we know about Cold War Cited by: 3.

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Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Labour Government Wilson Government Inflation and a balance of payments deficit faced this government; The deficit was £ million; International fear that Labour would devalue £ as in and ; There was a run on the £ as foreigners withdrew their money from London.

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It assesses the origins, development and outcomes of the attempts by Harold Wilson's Labour. Anglo-German relations during the Labour governments Book Description: Speaking at West Point inDean Acheson observed that Britain had lost an empire and had still to find a new role. The lack of studies on the –70 Labour governments, compared to that for its earlier and later history, consequently makes Dorey’s volume the leading study on this period of the party’s history.

Dorey’s contribution is extensive; he authors half of this ,word book. Labour Governments: and Harold Wilson's Governments Labour in Office Labour's narrow Common's majority The Election The second election in gave Labour an overall Commons majority of only 3 seats.

This meant that the Labour Party had to. The Labour Party began an electoral decline after which has not yet been reversed. Divisions within the party took on a more sinister and damaging appearance when they became linked with the institutional and structural cleavages within the party such as those between the Parliamentary Labour Party, NEC and : Malcolm B.

Hamilton. The Labour governments, Peter Dorey. Peter Dorey here presents the most comprehensive, in-depth and original book of the labour governments published to date. This unique account examines a wide range of political issues and makes extensive use of primary sources recently released by the Public Records Office, including.

In book: The Labour Governments –70 volume 1. Cite this publication. Labour’s organisational culture simply will not come into our “market place”, that is, the W ard or Local.

‘This book constitutes a rigorous and compelling investigation of how credibility in fixed exchange rate systems can be tested and compared. It is a major contribution both to financial history and to policy debates about the circumstances in which pegged exchange rate systems can be sustained.’ The Labour Governments –70, Volume.Volume Two provides a critical analysis of Labour's foreign policy since It examines Labour's attempts to rethink foreign policy, focusing on intra-party debates, the problems that Labour faced when in power, and the conflicting pressures from party demands and external pressures.three historians have analysed them in much depth.

John (The Labour GovernmentsVolume 2: International Policy, Manchester: Manchester University Press,chapter eight) and Mark CURTIS (Unpeople: Britain’s Secret Human Rights.