Oswald Mosley and the New Party
Springer, 13 mai 2010 - 234 pages
This is the first full-length study of the organization that incubated Britain's most provocative and successful fascist movement. Exploring Sir Oswald Mosley's secession from Labour, his evolving politics and his eventual embrace of fascism, this book examines the process by which he transformed from Labour politician to fascist.
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The New Party in Context
New Party Policy
New Party Ideology
4 A Party of a New Type? New Party Organisation
Journeys Through and Around the New Party
The New Party and Public Politics
Alternative Routes to Power
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