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New Left Review I/1, January-February 1960

ULR Club at Notting Hill

The London Club has increasingly found that the successful public meetings and discussion groups were not enough—especially for younger Club members. Many members had had no previous experience of political work of a direct kind. They found the prospect of throwing themselves into active Constituency Party work uninviting, because such a close identification with the Labour Party betrayed their deep criticisms and hostility towards the general drift of the Party and its policies. Nevertheless, they were anxious, both to have the experience of working together with like-minded comrades, and to give some more direct expression to their political beliefs.

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Stuart Hall, ‘ULR Club in Notting Hill’, NLR I/1: £3

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