The Labour League of Youth
Read Online
Share

The Labour League of Youth an account of the failure of the Labour Party to sustain a successful youth organization by Michelle Webb

  • 885 Want to read
  • ·
  • 59 Currently reading

Published by Edwin Mellen Press in Lewiston .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • League of Youth (Great Britain) -- History,
  • Labour Party (Great Britain) -- History -- 20th century

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementMichelle Webb ; with a foreword by Brendan Evans.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJN1129.L32 W38 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23980868M
ISBN 100773437371
ISBN 109780773437371
LC Control Number2009050464

Download The Labour League of Youth

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

The book chronicles, for the first time, the full history of the Labour Party's youth movement from the LOX established , to the present organisation, Young Labour, established Previously unpublished primary source material, including oral interviews, provides a narrative that illuminates the culture, organisation and political activism of the youth sections. Academic Book: Labour League of Youth. An Account of the Failure of the Labour Party to Sustain a Successful Youth Organisation. Chronicles, for the first time, the full history of the Labour Party’s youth movement from the LOY, established , to the present organisation, Young Labour, established Previously unpublished primary source material, including oral interviews, provides a narrative . The Labour League of Youth by Michelle Webb, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. "The League of Youth" is Henrik Ibsen's comedic play which is the story of Stensgaard, a charismatic would-be politician, who forms the 'League of Youth' party and attempts to get elected. The character of Stensgaard is supposedly based on writer Bjornstjerne Bjornson, a contemporary of Ibsen and political opposition leader/5.

The rise and fall of the Labour league of youth. This important and timely new book provides a thoroughly researched account of the rise of the left wing in the Labour Party in Britain during.   The Labour League of Youth: An Account of the Failure of the Labour Party to Sustain a Successful Youth Organisation Hardcover – 1 Dec. Author: Michelle Webb. The League of Youth is a play by Henrik Ibsen finished in early May It was Ibsen's first play in colloquial prose and marks a turning point in his style towards realism and away from verse. It was widely considered Ibsen's most popular play in nineteenth-century Norway. Though rooted in serious events of the time, the play was lauded for its natural and witty dialogue, cynical humour and farcical intrigue. Having given his first political speech when not yet a teenager, Leon at 97 worked to pass on the wisdom gained from decades of organizing and deep thought to a new generation.

The League of Youth (Norwegian: De unges Forbund) is a play by Henrik Ibsen finished in early May It was Ibsen's first play in colloquial prose and marks a turning point in his style towards realism and away from verse. It was widely considered Ibsen's most popular play in nineteenth-century Norway.5/5(1). This thesis charts the rise and fall of the Labour Party’s first and most enduring youth organisation, the Labour League of Youth. The history of the League, from its birth in the early nineteen twenties to its demise in the late nineteen fifties, is placed in the context of the Labour Party’s subsequent fruitless attempts to establish and maintain a vibrant and functional youth : Michelle Webb. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Abstract. This thesis charts the rise and fall of the Labour Party’s first and most enduring youth organisation, the Labour League of Youth. The history of the League, from its birth in the early nineteen twenties to its demise in the late nineteen fifties, is placed in the context of the Labour Party’s subsequent fruitless attempts to establish and maintain a vibrant and functional youth Author: Michelle Webb.