The Communist Party of Great Britain Since 1920by J. Eaden, D. Renton
A new single volume history of the Communist Party of Great Britain examining the party from its foundations in 1920 to its demise in the early 1990s. Drawing on original research and a reading of specialist texts, the authors analyze the rise and fall of the party and evaluate its role on the left of British politics. Whilst sympathetic to the ideals and commitment of many British communist activists, the book is sharply critical of much of the actual practice of the party.
Meet the Author
James Eaden has taught history and politics in further and higher education for the last 15 years and has a long history of activist campaigning in the socialist and trade union movement.
David Renton is currently employed as an education officer for the Trade Union Congress in London.
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