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British fascism, the labour movement, and the state

by Nigel Copsey

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Fascism -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century.,
    • Labor movement -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century.,
    • Anti-fascist movements -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century.,
    • Working class -- Great Britain -- Political activity -- History -- 20th century.,
    • Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 20th century.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementedited by Nigel Copsey, David Renton.
      ContributionsCopsey, Nigel, 1967-, Renton, Dave, 1972-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA566.7 .B665 2005
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 209 p. ;
      Number of Pages209
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3309977M
      ISBN 101403939160
      ISBN 109781403939166
      LC Control Number2004059163

      Labour movement synonyms, Labour movement pronunciation, Labour movement translation, English dictionary definition of Labour movement. Noun 1. labor movement - an organized attempt by workers to improve their status by united action or the leaders of this movement trade union movement. Cultures of Post-war British Fascism lies at the cutting edge of the new wave in fascist studies. It reveals the complex ideological, creative, and mythic contortions of British fascists who still find ways to assert the imminent or ultimate triumph of their race and creed over decadence and the new enemies of national rebirth despite the.

      By the time that fascism came to Britain, the Italian left had already been destroyed. The left and the right therefore responded to each other as antagonists. Fascism appeared in the press as a party that clashed with its anti-fascist adversaries. The focus of this conference is on the relationship between the labour movement and fascism. David Renton. David Renton is a barrister, writer, and political activist. From to , he was a member of the national steering committee of Unite Against Fascism. His many books include Fascism: Theory and Practice (), Fascism, Anti-Fascism, and Britain in the s (), British Fascism, the Labour Movement, and the State (), and When We Touched the Sky: the ANL,

      British Labour movement Ever since the formation of the Labour Party in , there has been controversy on the left over whether or not to participate in the party. To develop a correct understanding of this question, it is important to look at the experience of the past. 1 Robin Blick Fascism in Germany: How Hitler Destroyed the World’s Most Powerful Labour Movement Source: Published in two volumes in by Steyn Publications, 27 Rosemont Court, London W3, under the pseudonym Robert Black. Transcribed: by Ted Crawford and Paul Flewers and prepared by Paul Flewers for the Marxist Internet Archive.


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British Fascism, the Labour Movement and the State brings together the leading historians in the field to trace the history of labour movement responses to the far-right from the s to the present.

There has not exactly been a shortage of literature on British fascism in recent years, but this volume sets out to investigate the rather less studied field of anti-fascism.

It is, in many ways, a valuable addition to the literature. The book opens with three papers on aspects of the role of the : Andrew Thorpe. Get this from a library. British fascism, the labour movement, and the state.

[Nigel Copsey; Dave Renton;] -- Through its history, British fascism has experienced waves of growth. Some have coincided with periods of Labour government. But how have Labour Party-controlled institutions responded to the rise of.

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Copsey, D. Renton. NIGEL COPSEY is a Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Teesside. He is the author of Anti-fascism in Britain (), and Contemporary British Fascism: The Politics of the British National Party ().

DAVID RENTON is a Research Associate of the Rand-Afrikaans University, South Africa, and the author of Fascism: Theory and Practice (), Fascism, Anti-Fascism and Britain in Pages:   British Fascism, the Labour Movement and the State por Nigel Copsey,disponible en Book Depository con envío gratis.3/5(1).

NIGEL COPSEY is Reader in Modern History at the University of Teesside (UK). The author of Anti-Fascism in Britain, and co-editor of British Fascism, the Labour Movement and the State, he has published widely on British right-wing extremism, fascism and by: 8.

Nigel Copsey is Professor of Modern History at Teesside University. He is the author of Anti-Fascism in Britain () and Contemporary British Fascism: The British National Party and the Quest for Legitimacy (; ). He is also co-editor of British Fascism, the Labour Movement and the State (); Varieties of Anti-Fascism: Britain in the Inter-War Period (); and British National.

Nigel Copsey is Professor of Modern History at Teesside University. He is the author of Anti-Fascism in Britain () and Contemporary British Fascism: The British National Party and the Quest for Legitimacy (; ).

He is also co-editor of British Fascism, the Labour Movement and the State (); Varieties of Anti-Fascism: Britain in the Inter-War Period (); and British National Manufacturer: Routledge.

The British Union of Fascists (BUF) was a British fascist political party formed in by Oswald changed its name to the British Union of Fascists and National Socialists in and, into the British was disbanded inafter it was proscribed by the British government following the start of the Second World War.

The BUF emerged in from the British far Leader: Oswald Mosley. Buy British Fascism, the Labour Movement and the State by Nigel Copsey, David Renton from Waterstones today.

Click and Collect from your local Book Edition: Ed. A former Labour MP and founder of Britain’s pre-eminent fascist paramilitary organization, the British Union Fascists (BUF), Mosley spent the summer of writing a 40,word manifesto. Modern labour parties originated from an increase in organising activities in Europe and European colonies during the 19th century, such as the Chartist movement in the United Kingdom during – Inlocalised labour parties were formed, by trade union members in the British colonies of later amalgamated to form the Australian Labor Party (ALP).

Nigel Copsey is Professor of Modern History at Teesside University. He is the author of Anti-Fascism in Britain () and Contemporary British Fascism: The British National Party and the Quest for Legitimacy (; ). He is also co-editor of British Fascism, the Labour Movement and the State (); Varieties of Anti-Fascism: Britain in the Inter-War Period (); and British National.

The British left is frequently overlooked when historians examine what socialists and communists thought of fascism in the inter-war years.² There is a significant body of work dedicated to the analyses and responses of the German, Italian, Spanish and French labour movements to this complex and dangerous political phenomenon in the s and s.² Yet it is all too often assumed that the.

Nigel Copsey, Anti-Fascism in Britain (London, ); David Renton, Fascism, Anti-Fascism and Britain in the s (London, ).Back to (2) British Fascism, the Labour Movement and the State, ed.

Nigel Copsey and David Renton (Basingstoke, ).Back to (3). A review of 'British Fascism, the Labour Movement and the State' (), a collection of essays edited by Nigel Copsey and David Renton. The chapters/essays are based on a conference which took place on the relationship between fascism, anti-fascism and the labour movement, covering both the interwar and post periodAuthor: Steven Woodbridge.

Blackshirt: Sir Oswald Mosley and British Fascism by Stephen Dorril Viking £30, pp In old age, politicians are often surrounded by a haze of forgiving nostalgia. Even Oswald Mosley, at the.

NIGEL COPSEY is Reader in Modern History at the University of Teesside (UK). The author of Anti-Fascism in Britain, and co-editor of British Fascism, the Labour Movement and the State, he has published widely on British right-wing extremism, fascism and anti-fascism.

Bret Rubin Sir Oswald Mosley and the British Union of Fascists When Sir Oswald Mosley founded the British Union of Fascists (BUF) inhe launched fascism into the British mainstream. As a popular ex-Member of Parliament (MP), he seemed uniquely qualified to carry the unlikely ideology to the fore of British politics.

British Fascism, the Labour Movement and the State. British Fascism and a waning of traditional proletarian militancy and working class collective self-identity Now passed over by New Labour and increasingly disorganised, the electoral support of unspecified numbers of workers seems to have been secured by the latest manifestation of Cited by: 3.Socialist Appeal - the Marxist voice of Labour and youth.In Post-War Britain cultural interventions were a feature of fascist parties and movements, just as they were in Europe.

This book makes a new major contribution to existing scholarship which begins to discuss British fascism as a cultural phenomenon. A collection of essays from leading academics, this book uncovers how a cultural struggle lay at the heart of the hegemonic projects of all.