By Gordon Phillips
This pamphlet examines the crucial advancements of social gathering association, electoral development and policy-making within the interval. It provides specific awareness to the constituent parts that made up the get together and the character of its help and explores the party's major attitudes, ideology and guidelines from 1900 to 1931.
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Other factors, though more difficult to assess, doubtless contributed to Labour’s rising popularity in the 1920s. The establishment of new estates of council housing gave rise to settled and homogeneous workingclass communities with a particular interest in this aspect of state and local government activity. The resulting migration from congested and sometimes squalid urban areas was itself one aspect of the general improvement in living standards enjoyed by most wage-earning families 42 during and after the war.
The source of this strength lay in Labour’s threat to contest the constituencies held by government supporters: if it ran 150 candidates at a general election, it would make a Liberal victory almost impossible. The seriousness of this threat had been obscured by the apparent subservience of Labour to the Liberal administration since 1910, but Asquith and his colleagues were well aware of the danger. On at least two occasions in 1912–14, they made tentative advances to reach some kind of new compact, to replace the electoral arrangement made in 1903.
To improve its electoral prospects, the party needed more workers ready to carry out these tasks. It went some way to acquiring them when, in 1912, it secured the co-operation of the National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies, whose members campaigned on behalf of Labour candidates in return for their pledging support for the enfranchisement of women. But this alliance could make only a limited contribution to the organization of the working-class vote. In general, the party continued to find it difficult to get all its member organizations to pool their resources and combine their manpower for a common purpose.
The Rise of the Labour Party 1893-1931 (Lancaster Pamphlets) by Gordon Phillips