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In this comprehensive history, Matthew Worley examines the parliamentary Labour Party and the growing network of constituency parties. He explores Labour's shifting and variegated identity at a national and local level, the varied priorities and power bases within Labour's organisation, and the evolution of a party policy that would drive the historic Attlee government in office.
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