(1974). 613 Conclusion. 629 Appendix A. Biographical Notes. i Appendix B. SDF/BSP Municipal Election Results xxxviii BSP. British Socialist Party. BWL. British Workers' League.
A Labour Representation Committee was formed in this year and the SDF fought the elections under the LRC banner.
(1971). A Phase in the Social History of Socialism c1885-95',
A Proletarian Science,
(1915). A reorganisation of branches in 1913 led to branches based on
A review of Walter Kendall's The Revolutionary Movement in Britain 1900-1921,
(1987). A Story of Buried Talents and Wasted Opportunities: The Failure of the Socialist Unity movement in Yorkshire 1911-14',
(1908). all candidates ran under the LRC's auspices. The local press regarded the LRC as a 'front' for the SDF and therefore referred to all candidates as Socialists. Consequently, prominent SDF member than Clyde.
(1912). Annual Conference Report,
(1955). British Reactions to the 1905 Russian Revolution',
By-elections are not included, other than those for 1893, which explains the discrepancy between the election results and the number of SDF councillors in some years.
By-elections are not included, which explains the discrepancy between the election results and the number of SDF councillors in some years.
(1974). Diaries 1912-24, p. 88, quoted in S. White, 'Soviets in Britain: The Leeds Convention of 1917', International Review of Social History, XIX,
(1960). example, the minutes of the Hackney and Kingsland branch in
(1920). except one - 'he has kept the flag flying - the red flag... the exception suffices. Party of Great Britain in
(1901). Field to Keir Hardie,
For a short period of time, 1893-94, there were four branches in Sheffield.
For Bax's atti tude to the war see also his Reminiscences and Reflexions of a Mid and Late Victorian,
for example, referred to 'Grayson's attempt
(1977). For the views and activities of Lord Milner in connection with the SNDC see
(1979). Foreword to the 1927 edition of The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists,
(1911). From 1904-06 there were two
Hartley was elected on an ILP ticket, although shortly afterwards he stood as SDF parliamentary candidate for Bradford East.
(1934). He died on the 12th August 1965. Northampton Allied War Fund. He became a
Hobsbawm, 'Hyndman and the SDF'
Hyndman and the SDF',
(1902). Ibbotson 848) )elected
(1960). Incorrigible Rebel,
(1973). International Socialism and the Great War,
(1914). Knee in justice,
(1966). Left in the Centre,
Liberals, Radicals and Labour in London 1880-1900',
Manuscript Autobiography, p. 262, the sequel to Solo Trumpet, quoted in Maclntyre, A Proletarian Science,
Morgan Whiteman of the Unity Church and Reverend
(1921). My Days and Dreams,
(1901). Myers to Keir Hardie,
Only four were sponsored directly by the NSP. See Appendix C.
Press, n. d. in The Mattison Collection,
Quelch in the Social-Democrat,
(1913). Quoted in the Bradford Pioneer,
(1944). Revolt on the Clyde,
Russian Emigration and British Marxist Socialism'
Russian Emigration and British Marxist Socialism',
(1911). s Weekly, quoted in Justice,
SDF, minutes 1919-1927, in the Edinburgh Public Library.
(1950). Serving My Time,
Smart were ex-ILPers, Victor Grayson, George Hagger and Tom Groom represented the Clarion-BSP element, and George Simpson was an unattached Marxist with strong syndicalist leanings.
(1972). Socialism and the Great War:
(1914). Socialism, Materialism , and the War', English Review,
The branches were Aberdeen,
(1929). The British Communist Party. Its Origin and Development until
(1976). The Clarion Movement: A Study of a Socialist Attempt to Implement the Co-operative Commonwealth in England 1891-1914', M. A., University of Manchester,
(1971). The Enthusiasts,
(1920). The Evolution of Revolution,
(1923). The Last Years of
(1986). The Lost Left,
The Lost Vision: A Spring Fantasy'
(1977). The Membership of the Social-Democratic Federation', The Bulletin of the Society for the Study of Labour History,
(1984). The Merits of the SDF', Marx Memorial Lecture
(1972). The National Democratic Party and the British Workers' League',
The Origins of the British Socialist Party',
(1920). The party reverted to its traditional name in
(1912). The Pioneer Boot Company contributed £5-5/- weekly to the BSP. See Justice,
The Revolutionary Movement in Britain,
(1926). The Rise and Decline of Socialism
The SDF now held all three seats in St. Luke's Ward. This and St. Paul's were the SDF strongholds in Blackburn, and as late as 1913 the SDF polled nearly 40 per cent of the vote there.
(1889). The Second International
(1913). The Socialist Annual,
(1915). The War: How It was made, who shall profit by it?,
The Zimmerwald Manifesto,
There was a continuous SDF presence
(1975). Trade Unions and Revolution: The Industrial Politics of the Early Communist Party,
(1984). War and Socialism: The Experience of the Bradford Independent Labour Party',
(1984). Why was there no Marxism in Great Britain?