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Cover of Socialist History, No 30

ISBN: 978 1 85489 163 1 (pb)
ISSN: 0969 4331

Issue 30: Contents

Notes on Contributors

Gidon Cohen

F. R. Leavis, E. P. Thompson and the New Left
Some shared critical responses
Lesley Hardy

Francis D. Klingender
Exodus and Exile
Grant Pooke

Intellectual Radicalism after 1989
Theoretical and political discussions in a British and an American journal
Sebastian Berg

Being Friendly With the ‘Other Germany’
Dorothy Diamond and British support for the GDR, 1949–61
Stefan Berger and Norman La Porte


Has the Left Lived Differently?
Writing the biography of socialists
David Renton


Nigel West, Mask: MI5’s Penetration of the Communist Party of Great Britain (John Callaghan)

Matthew Beaumont, Utopia Ltd: Ideologies of Social Dreaming in England 1870-1900 (Dave Renton)

Andrew Bonnell, The People’s Stage in Imperial Germany. Social Democracy and Culture 1890–1914 (Stefan Berger)

Neil Redfern, Class or Nation: Communists, Imperialism and Two World Wars (Willie Thompson)

John Barnes, Socialist Champion: Portrait of the Gentleman as Crusader (Deborah Mutch)

Paul Blackledge, Perry Anderson, Marxism and the New Left (Stephen Woodhams)

Deborah Mutch, English Socialist Periodicals, 1880-1900: A reference source (Ted Crawford)

Hugh Purcell, The Last English Revolutionary: Tom Wintringham, 1898-1949 (Andrew Thorpe)

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