H. M. Hyndman and British Socialism

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INDEX
Aberdeen, 135, 160n., 171n., 183
Accrington, 136, 159, 160n.
Adler, Victor, 158, 199
Adult Suffrage Society, 191, 192
Afghanistan, 19; Afghan War (1878), 22, 49
Africa, Central, 28
Africa, South, 140, 158; (see also South African War)
Africa, West, 141
Alexander, H., 230
Allied Policy in Russia ( Kerensky), 251
Alsace-Lorraine, 116, 120
America, see United States
American Federation of Labor ( A.F.L.), 249, 250
American Socialists, 107, 133, 137, 223, 247f.
Anarchism and anarchists, 50, 67f., 85, 112f., 120-2, 187, 239
Ancient Society ( Morgan), 14, 60, 269
Anglo-French Entente ( 1904), 200
Anglo-Japanese Treaty ( 1905), 195, 254
Anglo-Marxism, 276
Anti-Coercion Association, 36
Anti-German League, 221
Arch, Joseph, 57
Argus ( Melbourne), 13
Ashanti Syndicates, 140
Ashanti War (1900), 140
Askew, J. B., 199, 208
Assam, 215
Australia, 12, 13-16, 20, 29, 51, 95, 144, 182
Austria144, 208, 218, 219, 230
Aveling, Edward, 60, 61, 64, 65f., 67, 82, 85, 95, 101, 122, 248
Awakening of Asia ( Hyndman), 259
Bakunin, Michael, 116
Banner, Robert, 43, 66, 67
Bannington, A.C., 171n.
Barbados, 3f., 142
Barings crisis ( 1890), 92
Barker, H. A., 85
Barry, Maltman, 39, 70, 83
Bateman, George, 77
Battersea, 85, 93
Bavaria, 144
Bax, E. Belfort, 49, 56, 62, 74, 119, 146, 154, 215, 277; opposition to Hyndman, 58f., 61, 66; attitude to revisionism 122f.; to suffragettes, 189; to foreign and international policy, 194, 205; to South African War, 129; to European War., 220; views of Hyndman, 214; in N.S.P., 235; death, 275
Bebel, August, 158, 199, 201, 204, 206
Beckles, John3f.
Beer, Max, 154, 167
Beesly, E. S., 38, 39
Belgian Socialists, 59, 118, 223
Belfast, 261
Bell, Richard, 110
Bell, Tom, 283
Bellamy, Edward, 269
Belloc, Hilaire, 186, 188
Bennett, Samuel, 36
Bermondsey, 78
Bernstein, Eduard, 115, 122, 123, 130, 272
Besant, Mrs. Annie, 54, 84, 86, 88, 259
Bethnal Green, 93
Birmingham, 70, 107, 136, 173, 174, 175, 186
Birmingham Socialist Party, 173, 174
Bismarck, Otto von, 9, 31, 32, 112, 119
Blackburn, 55, 135
Blackpool, 213
Blackwell, James, 80, 82
Bland, Mrs. Edith ( E. Nesbit), 69
Bland, Hubert, 69
Blanqui, Auguste, 124
Blatchford, Robert, 93, 111, 128, 149, 154, 167-9, 172, 205, 232f.
Boers, see South African War
Bolsheviks, 238f., 240-2, 247, 251, 262, 283
Bolshevism (Spargo), 251
Bolton, 82
Bolton Socialist Party, 174n.
Boot and Shoe Operatives' Union, 274
Bosnia, 208
Bow and Bromley, 98, 135
Bowman, Guy, 182, 184f., 187
Boxer Rising ( 1900), 254
Bracke, Alexandre, 199, 247
Bradford, 95, 145, 160n., 163, 171n.
Bradford Labour Union, 94
Bradlaugh, Charles, 53f., 60, 119
Brasted House, 142, 114
Brest-Litovsk, 241, 246
Bright, John70

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Editor''s Note vii
  • Contents ix
  • List of Plates x
  • I- Scion of Empire 1
  • II- Tory Radical 13
  • III- Founding the Democratic Federation 1880-1884 31
  • IV- Riots and Ructions 57
  • V- New Unions and ''Independent Labour'' 87
  • VI- Imperialism and the Second International 112
  • VII- Low Spirits, High Finance 132
  • VIII- Labour Alliance or Socialist Unity? 152
  • IX- Syndicalists and Suffragettes 179
  • X- The German Menace 194
  • XI- World War and Revolution 218
  • XII- Last Years 243
  • XIII- Epilogue 268
  • Appendix A - S.D.F. Finances 277
  • Appendix B - S.D.F. Membership 281
  • Appendix C - Bibliography of Works by H. M. Hyndman 286
  • Appendix D - List of Unpublished Sources Consulted 291
  • Index 293
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