The Radical Left in Britain: 1931-1941
The past ten years have seen a revival of interest in the recent history of theBritish labour movement, and particularly in the alleged 'lost opportunity'for a British revolution at some stage between 1900 and 1926. What isattempted here is a reassessment of the radical politics of the 1930s, adecade also mythologised in the recent past as one in which Britishintellectuals were either 'fellow-travelling' with Stalin or 'moving towardsMarxism', depending on your point of view. My concern is not centrallywith those poets, writers and scientists whose memoirs of the 'RedThirties' are readily avai.
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