Harold Laski: A Political Biography

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Macmillan, 1993 - Political scientists - 438 pages
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Harold Laski was perhaps the best known socialist intellectual of his era, with influence in the USA, India and mainland Europe as well as Britain. But he was always a controversial figure and his reputation has never recovered from the effort to discredit him that took place during the Cold War.

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Contents

Laskis War
204
Political Trials
258
Zionism Jewish Identity and Socialism
310
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Michael Newman is Jean Monnet Professor of European Studies and Professor of Politics at the University of North London. His previous books include "Harold Laski: A Political Biography" (1993), "John Strachey" (1989), and "Democracy, Sovereignty and the European Union" (1996).

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