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|Statement||[by] Stuart Macintyre|
|LC Classifications||HX243.M368, HX243|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 213p :|
|Number of Pages||213|
In Stuart Macintyre published his Little Moscows: Communism and Working-Class Militancy in Inter-war Britain. (1) The book showed that in the interwar years, in some small, isolated places in Britain, communists were able to attract a substantial following at a local level. In his Little Moscows: Communism and Working-class Militancy in Inter-war Britain () Stuart Macintyre showed that in the interwar years, in some small places in Britain, communists were able to attract a substantial following at a local level. To explain this phenomenon, Macintyre referred to the isolation of these communities, to their strong occupational identity, and to the. Little Moscows: Communism and Working-class Militancy in Inter-war Britain. (London: Croom Helm. Pp £) news and book reviews, and also has occasional interviews, symposia on key books, and appreciations of incidents, sources and ideas in the writing of Scotland’s history. View articles by theme and historical Author: Alan Campbell. In pristine condition with dust wraps. The term Little Moscows was coined by hostile press in the s to describe the working class left wing militant groups set up between the wars. This book .
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