Interpreting the Labour Party: Approaches to Labour Politics and History

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INDEX
Abrams, M. 10
Adelman, Paul 101
affluent workers 28
agency 14–15, 19, 182, 190–1
Albo, Greg 78
Ali, Tariq 52, 67
Alternative Economic Strategy (AES) 157, 161
Amalgamated Union of Engineering Workers (AUEW) 157, 171, 172
AMICUS-AEEU 163
Anderson, Perry
British exceptionalism 91–3, 94, 128
criticisms of 45–7
ILCS 67
labourism 10, 42, 43–4, 48, 49–51, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90–1, 97–8, 113
Sweden 95
working class 31
Anglo-Marxism 93
Association of Scientific, Technical and Managerial Staff (ASTMS) 161, 162
Attlee, Clement 18
Bacon-Eltis thesis 171
Bagehot, Walter 32, 118
Baker, N. 27
Bale, Tim 18
Barnett, Anthony 49, 53
baronial power thesis 166–8, 180
Barton, Arthur 29
Basnett, David 157, 160
Bauman, Zygmunt 11, 12
BBC 127
Bealey, Frank 108–10
Bechhofer, F. 16
Beck, Ulrich 11
Beer, Samuel 35, 151
Benn, Tony 13, 18, 145, 160, 162
insularity 98
and Miliband 65, 66–7, 68
and the people 29
Bennism 51, 52–3, 65–8, 79, 80, 81
Bentley, M. 25
Berger, Stefan 95
Bernstein, Eduard 9
Berrington, H. 24, 33
Bevan, Aneurin 61
Bevanites 58, 61
Beveridge, William 16, 151
Bevin, Ernest 26
bipolarism 153, 154, 156
Black, L. 30
Blackburn, Robin 52, 67
Blair, Tony 69, 134
Europe 17
ideology 18
middle England 147
modernisation 166, 187
popular support 34
trade unions 150, 177–8
block votes 89, 97
bourgeoisie 44
Brecht, Bertolt 29
British disease 48–9
British exceptionalism 10, 91–3, 97–8, 117, 128, 141
British state 44, 48
Brivati, B. 12
Broad Left 161, 162

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