Interpreting the Labour Party: Approaches to Labour Politics and History

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Acknowledgements

Nick Randall wishes to acknowledge an ESRC Postgraduate Training Award (R00429634225), which allowed him to conduct the doctoral research on Labour's ideological dynamics on which his chapter is based. In addition he would like to thank Martin Burch, David Coates, Colin Hay, Steve Ludlam and members of the PSA Labour Movements Group for their comments on earlier drafts of chapter 1. Lawrence Black wishes to thank John Callaghan, James Thompson, Nick Tiratsoo and Leo Zeilig, and the audience at a seminar held at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, for their comments and advice about sources. Michael Newman is grateful to Tony Benn for permission to quote from the unpublished version of his diary. Steven Fielding and Declan McHugh wish to thank Peter Clarke, Kevin Hickson, Steve Ludlam, John McHugh and David Marquand for their insights. Steve Ludlam thanks his co-editors for their comments on chapter 10. Colin Hay expresses his thanks to Steven Fielding, Dave Marsh and Dan Wincott for helpful comments on an earlier version of chapter 12 and acknowledges the support of the ESRC 'One Europe or Several?' programme for research on 'Globalisation, European Integration and the European Social Model' (L213252043).

The editors express their appreciation to all those who, as either paper-givers or audience, participated in the Labour Movement Studies' conference 'Understanding the Labour Party' which was held in Manchester in July 2001 and on which this collection is based; in addition, they thank the UK Political Studies Association for financial support and Starbucks for the hosting of their numerous editorial conferences.

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