Labour youth organisations in the period 1918 to 1939 have only
recently emerged in memoirs, been mentioned as a by-product of women's
studies, or partially re-discovered through the development of labour
history. Communist initiatives, as the most enduring and self-consciously
counter-hegemonic, form a central strand in this thesis, yet they are just one
part of a far broader tradition.
From 1903 to 1928 Socialist Sunday Schools preached a secular gospel of
humanity and love. Opposition...[Show more]
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