1 edition of General election 1945; notes for speakers and workers. found in the catalog.
General election 1945; notes for speakers and workers.
|LC Classifications||JN1129.C7 C553|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||367|
|LC Control Number||45020896|
The General Election: How Britain’s war heroes cast their votes. Two months after VE Day, Britain was back at the polls once again to decide who was going to lead the country into a new era of peace. In an outcome that shocked the world, the victorious wartime leader, Conservative Winston Churchill, was defeated by a new Labour. United States presidential election of , American presidential election held on November 3, , in which Republican William McKinley defeated Democrat-Populist William Jennings Bryan. The presidential campaign of was one of the most exciting in American history. The central issue was the.
The first right-to-work campaign was spearheaded, in the nineteen-thirties, by the Christian American Association, which condemned the New Deal as a Jewish plot and organized labor as a threat to. Historian David Kynaston, in Chapter Four of his book Family Britain , notes the following, quote: One particularly striking pre passage—attacking suburbia as [inner quote] "an aesthetic monstrosity, an ethical crime, an economic nightmare, and a physical treadmill" [end inner quote] was in the event dropped from the book.
Historians have been divided, however, to what extent the General Election result was a ‘positive’ endorsement of Labour and a triumph of socialism, showing British people radicalised by wartime experiences, or more a negative rejection of Conservatism. It was indeed a shock for many that Churchill, the iconic wartime leader, was rebuffed by the electorate. Labour won a landslide victory in with % of the vote (which was 17% more than the previous election) and a majority of seats. The Conservatives preformed disappointingly, winning % of the vote, but just seats.
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5, The General Election Reconsidered - Volume 23 Issue 2 - Henry Pelling such accounts have appeared in more recent years, most notably, perhaps that by Dr Paul Addison entitled The road to Addison’s work, however, full though it is on the politics of wartime, stops short at the election itself; and the Nuffield study, being the Cited by: The election was, as is well known, the subject of the first of the Nuffield Election Surveys, which have continued thereafter to the present day; and although that book, unlike more recent Nuffield studies, contained no account of the politics of the period preceding the election, such accounts have appeared in more recent years, most notably.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cole, Margaret, General election, and after. London: Fabian Publications: Gollancz, . Daily Worker and Daib Herald, 27 July Moreover, this was no simple election victory, but the climax of Labour's ineluctable rise, the end of'the beginning of its magnificent journey.6 Francis Williams merely reflected the consensus when he described the triumph as 'the manifestation not simply of a transitory mood at one general election.
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These notes include details for people standing for parties categorised as ‘other’ who were elected. They also identify Speakers winning elections, where data was available. Speakers seeking re-election usually stood as ‘Speaker’ after but were elected as party MPs until then.
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