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To make twelve o'clock at eleven. The history of the social-democratic federation.

By Martin John Crick
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  1. (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.
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  13. By-elections are not included, which explains the discrepancy between the election results and the number of SDF councillors in some years.
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