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New Left Review I/1, January-February 1960


Mervyn Jones

The Man from Labour

what is it, after the Labour Party’s third defeat that has to be put to rights? Some say that it is only the electoral machinery or the propaganda, but these answers are patently superficial. Others point to programme and policy, and they are right enough. Even so, to my mind this is not the root of the matter. It is high time to talk about the nature of the Labour Party.

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