After a worthwhile introduction by Prof. Andrew Thorpe there are papers on a wide range of topics relating to Labour policies: the influences on MacDonald's international- ism in 1924, the Labour Advisory Commit- tee on International Questions from 1918 to 1931, Soviet influence on the formulation of party policies between 1918 and 1939, the party's position during the years of the Nazi-Soviet Pact, the Attlee government's foreign policy, party factionalism vis vis West German Rearmament from 1950-54, the party's position towards the Cold War from 1951 to 1964, the party and the student 'revolts' of the 1960s, Labour's position in relation to the press and the break up of Yugoslavia, and finally, the party's position with regard to George Bush II and the Iraq War.
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