The Attitude of the British Labour Party Towards European and Collective Security Problems, 1920-1939

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The Attitude of the British Labour Party Towards European and Collective Security Problems, 1920-1939

By William Rayburn Tucker
Institut Universitaire de Hautes Études Internationales, 1950
270 pp.
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A methodical examination of the Labor Party's reactions to the major international problems of the inter-war years, with considerable emphasis on the illusions and inner-party conflicts obstructing the formulation of an adequate policy.

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