In 1929 Labour was for the first time the largest party, but his new government had to grapple with the problems of the Great Depression.Über den Autor:
Dr Kevin Morgan teaches government and politics at Manchester University. His main research interests are in the history of the British left and comparative communist party history. He has written two books about Communist Party history, including a biography of the British Communist leader Harry Pollitt, and has recently been studying the papers of Ramsay MacDonald. He has just completed a 2-volume study on Bolshevism and the British Left.
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