2 edition of Where is Britain going? With an introd. by H.N. Brailsford. found in the catalog.
Where is Britain going? With an introd. by H.N. Brailsford.
|LC Classifications||HC256.3 T713|
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|Number of Pages||178|
H. N. Brailsford are found in the Labour Party Archive (LP), and there is also correspondence between Brailsford and R Palme Dutt, , in the Communist Party of Great Britain Archive (CP/IND/DUTT). Both of these collections are held at the Labour History Archive and Study Centre. The Listener was a weekly magazine, established in under the chairmanship of Lord Reith. It was designed to complement the BBC’s educational output and covered a wide range of topics. It drew extensively from the BBC’s broadcasting output, often reprinting talks programmes or supplementing them with further illustrations and information.
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Appendix 1 H.N. Brailsford  Introduction to the English Edition of Where is Britain Going. A t the close of the Communist trial, the judge at the Old Bailey summoned seven of his prisoners to choose between a six months’ sentence and the opinions expressed in this book.
They are, if we must read this summons in its literal meaning, prohibited opinions on which the law has put its ban. Adventures of a younger son. With an introd. by H.N.
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Buy Adventures of a Younger S With an Introd, By H. Brailsford, Vol. 2 (Classic Reprint) by Trelawny, Edward John (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. First Published inWhere is Britain Going. focuses on the historical factors and circumstances which were to define Britain's development in the midst of social unrest at that time.
The book considers the future of Britain in an age when the working classes were being driven into confrontation with the state under the impact of the world crisis of capitalism.
Writing over eighty years. Most importantly Brailsford underlines the importance of the Putney Debates, when Cromwell and the rank and file of the New Model Army gathered to debate the nature of government, Today the Putney Debates are recognised as a pivotal moment in the development of democracy in Britain.
The book is an enjoyable read: the characters from almost Reviews: 2. WHERE IS BRITAIN GOING. by Trotsky, Leon. London: George Allen & Unwin LTD., hard cover. Very Good/No jacket. London: George Allen & Unwin LTD. xii+pp. Hardcover. Boards lightly shelf-worn and soiled, with page edges soiled.
Light foxing scattered throughout. Bottom edges points gently bumped. Otherwise a very good copy. Translator’s Note. This collection of articles was first brought together in book form under the title Where is Britain Going?Second Issue published by the State Publishing House in Moscow and Leningrad in A previous English version of the first article appeared in the periodical Communist International No.
22, and one of the last articles in the June issue of International. Asian Horizon published short fiction and poetry, essays on different areas and aspects of the continent, and book reviews. Examples include a short story titled ‘The Liar’ by Mulk Raj Anand, a poem by the London-based Aga Bashir, and essays on contemporary Pakistani fiction and an exhibition of Asian artists held in London in Part 2: Where is Britain going.
Part 2 (–26) Editorial note 1. Problems of the British labor movement (In lieu of a preface) 2. On tempos and dates 3. Brailsford and Marxism 4. Once more on pacifism and revolution: A reply to Bertrand Russell Appendixes to Part 2 1. ‘Introduction to the English edition,’ by H.N.
The London edition of Where is Britain Going. has appeared with an unexpected foreword by Brailsford, the former bourgeois radical who after the war joined the. Biography of Henry Noel Brailsford. Primary Sources Henry Noel Brailsford.
Henry Noel Brailsford was born in Mirfield, a Yorkshire colliery town, on 25th December Henry's father, Edward John Brailsford (–), was a Wesleyan Methodist preacher who mainly worked in Edinburgh and mother was Clara Pooley Brailsford (–).
The pairing ‘war and reconstruction’ is a central idea in the social democratic historiography of Britain between and 1 The linking reflects the implicit view that plans for reconstruction were important during the war itself, and indeed that society was being reconstructed before Reconstruction is taken to be about the building of a society very different from that of.
Among their collaborations was an authoritative book in English on classical Indian music that ultimately went into three editions: Indian Music (), The Music of India () and Sangt of India (). In this work, Atiya’s impressionistic and colourful prose was used to explicate Samuel’s illustrations of Indian melodies (ragmalas.
Unfortunately the twelve remain in prison; Hicks remains Home Secretary; the O.M.S. and Special Police recruiting go on; the intentions of the Conservatives are open.
But for Brailsford all these mere facts are “dissipated,” because a book is issued and he has written an introduction.
The “dissipation” is in Brailsford’s own mind.This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.6.
Revolution or Reform: The Left in the s. The same problem is posed on a wider scale in my book Where is Britain Going? This book, from beginning to end, is devoted to proving the idea that the British revolution, too, cannot avoid the portals of communism and that with a correct, courageous and intransigent policy which steers clear.