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by Maureen McIntosh,Hilary Wainwright
Pages: 456 pages
Category: Politics & Government
Publisher: Verso Books; 1st edition (October 1, 1987)
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Wainwright's father was the Liberal MP Richard Wainwright.
Wainwright's father was the Liberal MP Richard Wainwright. Wainwright was educated at the Mount School, York, and St Anne's College, Oxford, where she studied PPE. She graduated in 1970. She gained a BPhil in Sociology from St Antony's College, Oxford in 1973. The Lucas Plan: A New Trades Unionism in the Making? (Schocken Books, 1981) (co-authored with David Elliott), ISBN 0805280987.
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by Maureen Mackintosh. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780860911746. Release Date: October 1987.
Hilary Wainwright, daughter of Liberal MP Richard Wainwright, was born in 1949. Labour a Tale of Two Parties (Hogarth Press/Chatto Windus, London, 1987). Although never a member of the Labour Party, Wainwright has for many years been involved with the extra-parliamentary Left.
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Its ‘moderate’ and accommodating leader, Andrew McIntosh, was kicked out and replaced by the candidate of the left wing, Ken Livingstone.
Verso, 441 p. £2. 5, July 1987, 0 86091 174 8Show More. Its ‘moderate’ and accommodating leader, Andrew McIntosh, was kicked out and replaced by the candidate of the left wing, Ken Livingstone. The times were bad for the Thatcher Government – one of the few really bad periods it has had. The economy was going through its deepest slump since the Thirties.