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Huw T. Edwards: British Labour and Welsh Socialism

By Paul Ward

Abstract

This book is the first full-length biography in English of Huw T. Edwards (1929–70), a key figure in the Welsh labour movement who was known in the 1950s as the “unofficial Prime Minister of Wales.” Paul Ward explores Edwards’s working-class origins, his growing involvement with trade unions and other political activities, and his eventual place in the high reaches of the Welsh establishment, which included a role as Welsh representative to the BBC, a seat on the Welsh Tourist Board, and the presidency of the Welsh Language Society

Topics: D204
Publisher: University of Wales press
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:9703

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