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Debates about potential and ambition in British socialist thought
Jeremy Nuttall

Act of 1944’ (Halsey 1978: 109). Others did not go this far, but Crosland himself conceded in an interview with George Gale in April 1974 that research now indicated that ‘we were inclined, 20 years ago, to exaggerate the effect of education, taken alone, on people’s life chances’ (Crosland Papers: 13/20, 327). There was a growing feeling that the move to comprehensives had not M1738 - CALLAGHAN TEXT.indd 204 3/8/09 12:13:41 Potential and ambition in British socialism 205 fully met the expectations of dramatic educational progress that some of their supporters

in In search of social democracy
Gay rights and video nasties
Paul Bloomfield

Society since 1945 (London: Penguin, 1990), pp. 363–4. 54  Matt Cook, ‘London, AIDS and the 1980s’, in Simon Avery and Katherine M. Graham (eds), Sex Time and Place: Queer Histories of London, c.1850 to the Present (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016), p. 52. 55  Eric Shaw, The Labour Party Since 1979: Crisis and Transformation (London: Routledge, 1994), p. 195. 56  Livingstone, You Can’t Say That, p. 121. 57  Livingstone, You Can’t Say That, p. 182. 58  George Gale, ‘Whites Have Rights, Too’, Daily Express, 25 April 1985, p. 8. 59  Ronald Butt, ‘After the GLC, a Greek

in Labour and the left in the 1980s