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The main political influences on the development of the Labour Party’s attitudes towards international affairs

This chapter analyses the main influences on the Labour Party's attitudes towards international affairs. These influences include the Independent Labour Party (ILP), radical liberals and the Fabian Society. This chapter explains that radical liberals contributed greatly to Labour's liberal internationalism, the Fabians provided in part the rationalist underpinning of Labour's views on international relations, and the ILP provided the impulse towards common fellowship with other states.

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The Labour Party and the world, volume 1

The evolution of Labour’s foreign policy, 1900–51


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