- Title Pages
- Editors and contributors
- Chris Wrigley: a tribute
- Chris Wrigley: a personal reflection
- 1 George Howell, the Webbs and the political culture of early labour history
- 2 The appointment of Herbert Gladstone as Liberal Chief Whip in 1899
- 3 A question of neutrality? The politics of co-operation in north-east England, 1881–1926
- 4 Transforming the unemployed: trade union benefits and the advent of state policy
- 5 The trade union contribution to the British Labour Party
- 6 The disaffiliation crisis of 1932: the Labour Party, the Independent Labour Party (ILP) and the opinion of ILP members
- 7 Voices in the wilderness? The Progressive League and the quest for sexual reform in British politics, 1932–59
- 8 Working-class culture in Britain and Germany, 1870–1914: a comparison
- 9 Women at work: activism, feminism and the rise of the female office worker during the First World War and its immediate aftermath
- 10 ‘We never trained our children to be socialists’: the next Lansbury generation and Labour politics, 1881–1951<sup>1</sup>
- 11 Comrades in bondage trousers: how the Communist Party of Great Britain discovered punk rock
- 12 Must Labour lose? Lessons from post-war history
- A select list of the publications of Chris Wrigley
- Labour and Working-Class Lives
- Keith Laybourn, John Shepherd
- Manchester University Press
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